Jury Rejects 3 Claims That Alarm.com Competitor Infringed IP
Law360, Wilmington (February 8, 2019, 5:23 PM EST) -- A Delaware jury found Friday that a competitor of Alarm.com Inc. did not infringe three of the company's patents relating to home security and automation networking, awarding no damages in the case following a five-day federal court trial.
After four hours of deliberation, the eight-member jury returned the verdict, finding that SecureNet Technologies LLC had not infringed U.S. Patent Nos. 8,073,931, 8,478,844 and 8,473,619 and that no damages for lost profits and reasonable royalties were due to Alarm.com.
Alarm.com had sought $20 million in damages on its claims that SecureNet had infringed patents relating to interactive gateway technology using a touchscreen...
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