Samsung, HTC, Others Sued Over Music Playlist Patent

Ronald J. Schutz, counsel for Personal Audio, told Law360 on Monday that the company’s recent case against Apple over its allegedly infringing iPod and iPhone devices proved the playlist patent-in-suit could withstand attack and was enforceable.

September 13, 2011

Law360, New York (September 13, 2011, 2:08 PM ET) -- Personal Audio LLC on Friday hit Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., HTC Corp. and three other major cellphone makers with a suit in Texas federal court, claiming their devices contain music players that infringe a patent for playlist technology.

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