Tenaha Licensing LLC, an apparent affiliate of monetization firm IP Edge LLC, has added seven more defendants to the home security campaign that it began with lawsuits filed last week against BrickHouse Electronics, Napco Security, and Slomin’s. The new complaints assert the same patent, generally related to a device that provides notifications of both emergency and non-emergency events, against the integrated home security systems of ADT, Control4, FrontPoint Security Solutions, NRG Energy (Reliant Energy), Protect America, Simplisafe, and Telular. With these additional suits, Tenaha Licensing (apparently named after a town in East Texas) has initiated its campaign in five separate districts: the District of Delaware, the Eastern District of New York, the Southern District of New York, the Southern District of Florida, and the Eastern District of Texas.
Tenaha Licensing LLC, an apparent affiliate of monetization firm IP Edge LLC, has begun a new IoT campaign, filing separate lawsuits against BrickHouse Electronics (1:17-cv-08496), Napco Security (1:17-cv-06399), and Slomin’s (1:17-cv-06397). The single patent asserted generally relates to a device that provides notifications of both emergency and non-emergency events. Infringement allegations target the defendants’ integrated home security systems, e.g., BrickHouse’s MorZa, Napco’s Starlink Home Security, and Slomin’s Home Security System.