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PIONEER CORPORATION Sues Garmin Ltd. And Honeywell International Inc. On Patents-Reuters

by irakli 2009-12-10 18:09

Reuters reported that the International Trade Commission said it agreed to hear a lawsuit that PIONEER CORPORATION filed against Garmin Ltd. and Honeywell International Inc., alleging the two companies infringe patented technology. The case was initially filed on November 13. PIONEER CORPORATION has asked the commission to bar the import of any global positioning system (GPS) device made with technology that infringes any of the three PIONEER CORPORATION patents in the suit. It has also asked for a ban on the sale of any infringing devices that have already been imported. PIONEER CORPORATION has filed a similar suit against Garmin in Germany. Both suits arise from a patent licensing dispute, PIONEER CORPORATION said at the time the ITC suit was initially filed. The three patents under dispute relate to on-vehicle navigational functions, including the automatic erasing of data as the destination draws near, or showing the distance from a vehicle to various locations. 

 

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