The legal drama about the closure of Meta Company continues even after the company's assets have been sold to a new owner.
In the latest legal application, representatives of Meta Company requested that the court lead to the verdict against Company Next Reality reported in February.
The new legal book, which was published on February 19, aggressively refuses Genedic's patent infringement claims, as it calls for more room from the court.
"Meta Company requests that the Court leave the judgment handed over on January 29, 2019," wrote John Sines, who lists himself as the chief financial officer of the group defending the trial, called the Meta Company.
"Unfortunately, Meta's assets were in the way of selling, the company started its dissolution process and was therefore unable to retain advice. the next 45 days, Meta will have the resources to do so and it is extremely important for us to defend against what we consider to be a completely unjustified requirement. "
Meanwhile, Meta sent the letter, eagle-eyed Next Reality readers discovered a Meta 2-stand at the Solidworks World conference in Dallas, Texas. The conference, which started on February 10 and lasted until February 13, included a full display setting that enabled users to try out how Meta 2 headsets work. Several participants posted images and video by the entity at the event.
The mating of Sol idworks and meta is not new. The two companies announced a partnership this time last year. And although the future of the company's assets under the new ownership of Meta View (a separate entity from the Meta Company) is unknown, based on the interaction of participants at the event, there is still an interest in the product in general.
The court has not filed a public response to the request of the Meta Company law, but if they were accepted by the court, the move under this letter would give Meta Company only 24 days to provide new legal advisers to correctly answer