A district judge in Texas ruled in favor of Domino’s Pizza, the only remaining defendant in a GeoTag suit targeting websites with store locator features. GeoTag sued Domino’s in December 2010, along with more than 40 other restaurant chains, for alleged patent infringement. The patent-in-suit relates to a software interface that organizes information on the basis of geographic location and allows users to search a remote database (5,930,474). GeoTag’s complaint focused on features of defendants’ websites that allow customers to find locations of restaurants. As of September 2014, all defendants, with the exception of Domino’s, had settled or been dismissed from the case.
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