Philips Electronics North America Corporation designs and manufactures consumer lifestyle, healthcare, and lighting products. The company provides televisions, Fidelio audio, DJ equipment, headphones, home cinema sound, home audio, portable audio, Blu-ray and DVD players, app-enabled products, in car audio, pocket projectors, home projectors, signage solutions, hotel televisions, accessories, and digital photo and video products; face shavers, face stylers and grooming kits, hair clippers, body groomers, axe, and accessories and replacements products for men; and skincare and hair removal products for women. It also offers electric toothbrushes, toothbrush heads, air flosses, and teeth white...
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Andover, MA 01810
A Jury Returns Verdict in Favor of Masimo Corporation in Patent Infringement Suit Against Philips Electronics North America Corporation and Philips Medizin Systeme Böblingen GmbH
Oct 2 14
As previously reported, on February 3, 2009, Masimo Corporation (company) filed a patent infringement suit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware against Philips Electronics North America Corporation and Philips Medizin Systeme Böblingen GmbH (collectively, Philips) related to Philips's FAST pulse oximetry technology and certain of Philips' patient monitors. Philips subsequently filed patent infringement, antitrust, and other counterclaims against the company. In mid-September 2014, the parties began a jury trial with respect to two of the patents asserted by the company and one of the patents asserted by Philips, these patents having been selected by the parties to be tried first. On October 1, 2014, a jury returned a verdict in favor of the company with respect to the two patents asserted by the company in this first phase and awarded damages of $466.8 million to the company. The jury found that the company did not infringe the Philips patent tried in the first phase.
TINA.Org Files Legal Brief against Philips Oral Healthcare, Inc. and Philips Electronics North America Corporation
Oct 23 13
TINA.org has filed a legal brief taking aim at a recent class-action settlement that compensates consumers with a voucher to buy more products from the same company they say falsely advertised its product. In its first amicus brief, TINA.org said that the terms of the settlement agreement with Philips Oral Health Care Inc. and Philips Electronics North America Corp. provides inadequate compensation to consumers who spent more than $100 for a product that was advertised as an easy replacement for floss. The product, Sonicare AirFloss, cannot actually remove plaque between teeth the same way traditional dental floss can. But instead of giving consumers cash refunds, the settlement provides vouchers to purchase more Philips products.