MacroSolve Sues Six More Defendants over Mobile Apps

  • December 26, 2012

MacroSolve filed six separate suits against CVS Pharmacy, Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group, Home Depot, SuperShuttle International, SkyMall, and Walgreens alleging that the defendants’ mobile applications infringe a patent related to remote collection of survey or questionnaire form data.  The complaints allege that the defendants and their customers jointly infringe the patent-in-suit.  MacroSolve has filed more than 30 suits since March 2011 against over 60 defendants including American Express, AOL, AT&T, CitiGroup, Dell, Facebook, Groupon, Newegg, Priceline, Salesforce, Travelocity, Wal-Mart, and Yelp.  The patent-in-suit was issued to MacroSolve by inventor David Payne in August 2003.  12/21, Eastern District of Texas, 6:2012cv00975; 6:2012cv00976; 6:2012cv00977; 6:2012cv00978; 6:2012cv00979; 6:2012cv00980.


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