SCRIPT SECURITY SOLUTIONS L.L.C. V. LOGITECH INC. 2:16-cv-01400-JRG-RSP
SCRIPT SECURITY SOLUTIONS L.L.C. V. BOT HOME AUTOMATION INC.
SCRIPT SECURITY SOLUTIONS L.L.C. V. CANARY CONNECT INC. 2:16-cv-01402-JRG-RSP
SCRIPT SECURITY SOLUTIONS L.L.C. V. NETGEAR, INC. 2:16-cv-01403-JRG-RSP
SCRIPT SECURITY SOLUTIONS L.L.C. V. GUARDIAN PROTECTION
SERVICES, INC. 2:16-cv-01404-JRG-RSP
SCRIPT SECURITY SOLUTIONS L.L.C. V. PROTECT AMERICA, INC. 2:16-cv-01405-JRG-RSP
SCRIPT SECURITY SOLUTIONS L.L.C. V. VECTOR SECURITY, INC. 2:16-cv-01406-JRG-RSP
The plaintiff Script asserts ownership of United States
Patent Numbers 6,542,078 and 6,828,909.
The subject patents, both entitled “Portable Motion Detector
and Alarm System and Method,” were infringed upon, causing Script to pursue
legal action, per recent court documents.
Script shows that the ‘078 patent was issued on Apr. 1, 2003
while the ‘909 patent was issued on Dec. 7, 2004.
It pursues unspecified monetary damages and a jury trial.
Attorney Zachariah S. Harrington of the law firm Antonelli,
Harrington & Thompson LLP in Houston serves as the complainant’s lead
EXPRESS MOBILE, INC. V. BLUE ACORN, INC. 2:16-cv-01411-JRG-RSP
EXPRESS MOBILE, INC. V. GUIDANCE SOLUTIONS, INC. 2:16-cv-01412-JRG-RSP
EXPRESS MOBILE, INC. V. COALITION TECHNOLOGIES LLC 2:16-cv-01413-JRG-RSP
EXPRESS MOBILE, INC. V. LYONS HOLDING CO. INC. ET AL 2:16-cv-01414-JRG-RSP
The plaintiff Express Mobile is based in Plano.
It has pursued legal action in response to what it claims
was infringement of U.S. Patent Nos. 6,546,397 and 7,594,168.
Recent court papers show that the patents in question, both
entitled “Browser Based Web
Site Generation Tool and Run Time Engine,” resolve technical
problems related to website
creation and generation.
“The inventions enable the creation of websites through browser-based
visual editing tools such as selectable settings panels which describe website elements,
with one or more settings corresponding to commands, which features are
exclusively implemented utilizing computer technology including a virtual
machine,” they say.
A jury trial is requested.
Attorney Robert Kiddie of The Devlin Law Firm in Wilmington,
Del. is representing the plaintiff.