Litigation against retailers began picking up in February.  Repeat filers included ArrivalStar, Data Carriers, Eclipse IP, and Hawk Technologies.

As usual, I prepared the report in partnership with and using Docket Navigator and its powerful database.  Docket Navigator is a valuable resource, and the place to go if you want to keep track of new patent litigation filings or want to know what is happening in particular cases, how your judge has historically handled a particular type of motion, or a particular plaintiff’s litigation history.

Finally, please let me know if you have thoughts about the report or changes you would like to see.  I am preparing it as a service for retailers and their supply chain who may want an overview of the patent litigation landscape.  So, I am very open to ways to improve the report for you.

T-Rex Property AB v. Fairway Outdoor Advertising, LLC, (E.D. Tex.).

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Hawk Technology Systems, LLC v. Retail Services & Systems, Inc., (S.D. Fla., E.D. Mich., M.D. Fla., E.D. Tex.) (multiple cases).

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Data Carriers, LLC v. Integrys Energy Group, Inc., (E.D. Tex.) (multiple cases).

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Location Services IP, LLC v. Waqal-Mart Stores, Inc. et al, (E.D. Tex.) (multiple cases).

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Safenet, Inc. v. Uniloc USA, Inc. et al, (E.D. Tex.).

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Symbology Innovations, LLC v. Frito-Lay, Inc., (E.D. Tex.).

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Antennatech, LLC v. Rite Aid Corporation, (D. Del.).

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ArrivalStar SA et al v. zulily, Inc., (S.D. Fla.) (multiple cases).

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Van De Vliert v. Tam International, Inc., (E.D. Tex.).

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Orostream LLC v. ABS-CBN International, (E.D. Tex.).

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A PTY Ltd. v. Amazon.com, Inc., (W.D. Tex., E.D. Tex.) (multiple cases).

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Eclipse IP LLC v. Destination XL Group, Inc., (E.D. Tex.) (multiple cases).

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Laufer Group International, Ltd. v. Eclipse IP, LLC, (C.D. Cal.).

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Patents: 7,064,681 (Response systems and methods for notification systems); 7,113,110 (Stop list generation systems and methods based upon tracked PCD’s and responses from notified PCD’s); 7,119,716 (Response systems and methods for notification systems for modifying future notifications); 7,319,414 (Secure notification messaging systems and methods using authentication indicia); 7,479,899 (Notification systems and methods enabling a response to cause connection between a notified PCD and a delivery or pickup representative); 7,479,900 (Notification systems and methods that consider traffic flow predicament data); 7,479,901 (Mobile thing determination systems and methods based upon user-device location); 7,482,952 (Response systems and methods for notification systems for modifying future notifications); 7,504,966 (Response systems and methods for notification systems for modifying future notifications); 7,528,742 (Response systems and methods for notification systems for modifying future notifications); 7,538,691 (Mobile thing determination systems and methods based upon user-device location); 7,561,069 (Notification systems and methods enabling a response to change particulars of delivery or pickup); 7,876,239 (Secure notification messaging systems and methods using authentication indicia); 8,068,037 (Advertisement systems and methods for notification systems); 8,232,899 (Notification systems and methods enabling selection of arrival or departure times of tracked mobile things in relation to locations); 8,242,935 (Notification systems and methods where a notified PCD causes implementation of a task(s) based upon failure to receive a notification); 8,284,076 (Systems and methods for a notification system that enable user changes to quantity of goods and/or services for delivery and/or pickup); 8,362,927 (Advertisement systems and methods for notification systems); 8,368,562 (Systems and methods for a notification system that enable user changes to stop location for delivery and/or pickup of good and/or service); 8,531,317 (Notification systems and methods enabling selection of arrival or departure times of tracked mobile things in relation to locations); 8,564,459 (Systems and methods for a notification system that enable user changes to purchase order information for delivery and/or pickup of goods and/or services); and 8,711,010 (Notification systems and methods that consider traffic flow predicament data).