HoloTouch filed its first patent infringement complaint by suing Microsoft over HoloLens
Stamford, CT, November 9, 2017 – HoloTouch filed its first patent infringement complaint by suing Microsoft over HoloLens in the Southern District of New York.
HoloTouch, Inc.’s President, R. Douglas McPheters, announced: “Today we filed our first patent infringement complaint in the US District Court for the Southern District of New York. That complaint alleges Microsoft’s HoloLens infringes issued patents for our touchless, holographic human-machine interface technology. That complaint also alleges Microsoft’s “star of the show” product infringes our patents, apparently willfully because Microsoft has known about our patented technology for many years. Many other companies and devices in a wide variety of industries appear to also be infringing our patents.
Our company’s technology enjoys patent protection in a wide range of commercial markets by virtue of issued patents in Australia, Canada, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States and a pending patent application in the European Union, the latter offering potential coverage in 28 EU member states.
Many businesses are using as well as making and selling products which involve interacting with holographic images of what would otherwise be keys or buttons of electronics or electro-mechanical devices to operate them. Without our consent, any of these activities violate our several issued patents and patents pending. In many cases, infringers of our patents have long been aware of our ownership and development of this technology, potentially subjecting them to enhanced damages in addition to regular penalties for patent infringement. Many infringers have signed confidentiality agreements with our company and been provided with in-person demonstrations of our innovative and fully tested technology.
Our company will vigorously pursue its statutory remedies against all who take advantage of our innovative technology without the compensation provided by law, particularly in light of current fascination with touchless, holographic controls and operation of devices using them across commercial spectra.
Additional complaints against others’ infringing patents protecting our innovative technology are being prepared.”
For further information, visit the company’s Web site at www.holotouch.com or contact Doug McPheters at firstname.lastname@example.org or by voice at 203.588.9808.
HoloTouch® technology and its sophisticated refinements are subject of Australia Patent 2004258513, Canada Patents 2,160,245 and 2,530,987, Japan Patents 4130957, 4741488 and 5113922, US Patents 6,377,238 and 7,054,045 as well as UK Patent 2292711. An additional patent application is pending in the European Union offering potential coverage in 28 EU member states. HoloTouch is also a registered trademark in the United States. The company’s intellectual property is fully protected in major commercial markets.
HoloTouch, Inc. is a Delaware, veteran-owned corporation with offices in Stamford, Connecticut.
Company President’s Acclaimed Thriller, “Goshawk,” Featured at Penn Law Event
Stamford, CT, June 1, 2014 – As part of University of Pennsylvania’s 2014 Alumni Reunions on May 17 in Philadelphia, PA, the University of Pennsylvania Law School sponsored a book signing event featuring graduates of Penn Law who had recently published books, both fiction and non-fiction.
Newly published fiction authors on the panel included: Michael Anderson, L’09,Provoke Not the Children, President of HoloTouch, Inc., Doug McPheters, L’72, Goshawk, and Michael Monk, L’74, The Tragedy of Orenthal, Prince of Brentwood.
Recently published non-fiction authors included Evan Aidman, L’83, Winning Personal Injury Cases, Dennis Drabelle, L’69, The Great American Railroad War, Maryam Jamshidi, L’07, The Future of the Arab Spring, Maria Pabon Lopez, L’89. Persistent Inequalities: Contemporary Realities in the Education of Undocumented Latina/o Students, Corey Shdaimah, GL’98, Negotiating Justice: Progressive Lawyering, Low-Income Clients and the Quest for Social Change, and The Honorable E. Norman Veasey, L’57, and Christine DiGuglielmo, L’03, Indispensable Counsel: The Chief Legal Officer in the New Realty.
Pharmaceutical Controls with Zero Contamination Transfer
Article published by Pharmaceutical Processing magazine in March, 2014 about creative use of the Company’s intuitive, touchless control technology in the pharmaceutical industry and how that innovative technology provides simple, intuitive human-machine interfaces for industrial equipment with no contamination transfer and no moving parts to fail under use or abuse. Full Text of Article