Intellectual Ventures has filed its first patent infringement lawsuit using its own name. Intellectual Ventures I & II v. Motorola Mobility, Inc. The case was filed in Delaware using the new Feinberg Day firm and former Judge Joseph Farnon’s boutique firm as local counsel. The case asserts six patents: 6,412,953, 6,557,054, 6,658,464, 7,120,462, 7,409,450, and 7,810,144. IV obtained the patents from various sources, including Hyperspace Communications, Malibu Networks, Khyber Technologies, TeleShuttle, and the Taiwan-based company Industrial Technology Research Institute. The case is also interesting in that Google is a major investment in the Intellectual Venture funds and is also in the process of merging with Motorola.