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ADT issues statement on Vivint lawsuit

March 4, 2021SSN Staff

BOCA RATON, Fla.—ADT issued an official response to the recent news that Vivint Smart Home has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against them in the United States District Court for the District of Utah. ADT told Security Systems News, “On Feb. 25, 2021, Vivint, Inc. filed a complaint against ADT Inc. in the United States District Court for the District of Utah, Central Division, claiming that ADT has infringed certain of Vivint’s patents. ADT believes the claims asserted by...

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Judge dismisses patent infringement lawsuit against Mobotix

October 22, 2014SSN Staff

NEW YORK—A patent infringement lawsuit against Mobotix Corp. has been dismissed. Chief U.S. District Judge Fred Biery dismissed the suit, filed by San Antonio, Texas-based e-Watch Inc., according to Mobotix, a provider of network-based surveillance systems. The judgment was entered after the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office had determined, upon the request of Mobotix, that one of four patents in the patent infringement lawsuit is not patentable, according to a prepared statement from Mobotix. More...

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Alarm.com, iControl, Telular end patent infringement cases

January 15, 2014Tess Nacelewicz, Leah Hoenen

YARMOUTH, Maine—Patent infringement lawsuits involving Alarm.com, iControl Networks and Telular have all been dismissed, the companies announced this week.Alarm.com and iControl Networks announced Jan. 14 that settlements have been reached in patent infringement suits involving those two companies.And Telular announced the same day that an Alarm.com lawsuit against Telular has been dismissed with prejudice.The two cases are related, Jay Kenny, VP of marketing for Alarm.com, an interactive services...

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