Phoenix Launches New Wave of E-commerce Litigation

  • December 18, 2013

Phoenix Licensing, along with co-plaintiff LPL Licensing, launched a new wave of litigation against a range of e-commerce targets over marketing and offers. Phoenix filed 21 suits against defendants AAA Life Insurance, American Airlines, AT&T, Carnival, Chrysler, Comcast, Dell, Delta, DirecTV, Fidelity, Ford, General Motors, Gerber, Physician’s Mutual, Royal Caribbean,   Sallie Mae, Sprint, Toyota, United, Verizon, and Wells Fargo, asserting a group of seven patents (5,987,434; 7,856,375; 7,860,744; 7,890,366; 8,234,184; 8,352,317; 8,606,632). Phoenix’s previous suits (most recently filed in 2012) have targeted financial services companies including American Express, Chase, and Progressive. 12/11, Eastern District of Texas, 2:13cv01081, 2:13cv01082, 2:13cv01083, 2:13cv01084, 2:13cv01085, 2:13cv01086, 2:13cv01087, 2:13cv01088, 2:13cv01089, 2:13cv01090, 2:13cv01091, 2:13cv01092, 2:13cv01093, 2:13cv01094, 2:13cv01095, 2:13cv01096, 2:13cv01097, 2:13cv01098, 2:13cv01099, 2:13cv01100, 2:13cv01101


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