After a long hiatus following a blitz of patent infringement suits and a battle with public transit agencies in 2013, ArrivalStar SA has suddenly fired off more than a dozen suits against retailers over the past few months, suggesting high-profile attacks on its tactics haven’t tamed 2013’s most litigious patent plaintiff.
ArrivalStar SA filed 137 new infringement suits over its vehicle-tracking patents in 2013, placing it atop a list released Tuesday of the companies that filed the most patent suits, which was dominated by so-called patent trolls.
ArrivalStar / Shipping and Transit LLC proposed Settlement Agreement - Free download as PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or read online for free.
A few years back, we challenged a patent belonging to ArrivalStar, the notorious patent troll that was sending demand letters to municipal authorities across the country for offering real-time updates on bus and train arrival times.
ArrivalStar SA et al v. Demandware, Inc., Case No. 9:15-cv-80098 in the Florida Southern District Court.
Patent case filed on January 28, 2015 in the Florida Southern District Court
Dataflow Systems, Inc. Sues Arrival Star S.A. and Melvino Technologies Limited, Seeking Declaratory Judgment on Vehicle Tracking Patents
Somebody forgot to tell inventor Martin Kelly Jones, who runs ArrivalStar SA and Melvino Technologies, that it doesn’t pay to be a so-called patent troll anymore.