‘Try-On’ Software Company Files Case Against Repeat IP Plaintiff

Perfect Corp., which makes digital imaging software that lets customers judge how products would look without trying things on, can continue pursuing a patent holder that has repeatedly sued its customers, a U.S. magistrate ruled Monday.

Perfect’s sales contracts include indemnification agreements that require the company to defend customers against patent infringement claims, although Lennon Image Technologies LLC never directly sued the maker of the “virtual trial software,” according to Magistrate Judge Derek T. Gilliland’s report and recommendation to dismiss the claims of Lennon. motion to dismiss the case.

Perfect’s lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas seeks…

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