CardioNet Sues InfoBionic
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On May 8, 2015 CardioNet, LLC and Braemar Manufacturing, LLC sued InfoBionic in the United States District Court, District of Massachusetts. The lawsuit alleges that InfoBionic’s MoMe® Kardia System infringes four of Braemar’s patents that are exclusively licensed to CardioNet:
- U.S. Patent No. 6,225,901, entitled “Reprogrammable remote sensor monitoring system,” which issued on May 1, 2001;
- U.S. Patent No. 6,940,403, entitled “Reprogrammable remote sensor monitoring system,” which issued on September 6, 2005;
- U.S. Patent No. 7,212,850, entitled “System and method for processing and presenting arrhythmia information to facilitate heart arrhythmia identification and treatment,” which issued on May 1, 2007; and
- U.S. Patent No. 7,907,996, entitled “System and method for processing and presenting arrhythmia information to facilitate heart arrhythmia identification and treatment,” which issued on March 15, 2011.
Figure 2 from the ‘996 Patent is shown below.
CardioNet has asserted the ‘850 and ‘996 Patents against other parties in two other lawsuits, which were both instituted on May 8, 2012. CardioNet, Inc. v. MedNet Healthcare Technologies, Inc. et al was settled by the parties in January 2014 and CardioNet, Inc. v. The Scottcare Corporation et al remains pending.
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