In Fleet Tracking and Remote Vehicle Start Campaign, Omega Patents Heads to Federal Circuit After a $4.6M Win, and Back—Yet Again—to Florida Court

May 3, 2020

Omega Patents, L.L.C. has once again charged DEI Holdings (6:20-cv-00693) with patent infringement in the Middle District of Florida, asserting eight patents generally related to tracking or remotely controlling vehicles. The plaintiff pleads that DEI, “a former Licensee of a large number of Omega Patents . . . has advised Omega that it no longer considers the License Agreement to be valid, subsiding, or binding between the parties”. The disputes between these two parties are several, dating back to at least 1999, and this latest one comes as Omega Patents and CalAmp head back to the Federal Circuit after a retrial in the same district led to a jury verdict and subsequent judgment in Omega’s favor to the tune of $4.6M plus interest.

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