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ADT and Ring settle trademark dispute

June 24, 2021SSN Staff

BOCA RATON, Fla.—ADT has settled a lawsuit against Ring LLC, an Amazon company and provider of smart home security devices. As per the settlement, Ring will release a new version of its Outdoor Siren product and will discontinue the marketing and sale of the current design. “ADT and Ring are pleased to have reached a mutually agreeable resolution,” said David Smail, Executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer at ADT. “Ring will release a new version of the Outdoor...

ADT, Ring, trademark infringement

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APT wins against ADT

March 11, 2015Amy Canfield

SALT LAKE CITY—Alarm Protection Technology (APT) is the victor in its legal battle with residential security giant ADT.A U.S. District Court jury in West Palm Beach, Fla., decided in two hours in late February that APT, based here, did not infringe upon the name and trademark of ADT, based in Boca Raton, Fla., and that its sales reps did not engage in fraudulent and deceptive sales tactics.“The jury clearly saw that ADT's allegations were unfounded and returned a very quick verdict—a...

Adam Christian, ADT, Alarm Protection Technology, APT, deceptive sales practices, trademark infringement

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