RideShare Displays Tags Lyft Amp Device in New Delaware Complaint

December 8, 2020

Pleading that the “rideshare space has been one of the hottest growth markets worldwide” and that “the rapid expansion of the rideshare market has exposed substantial and serious weaknesses in vehicle/driver/passenger identification, security, and safety resulting in significant concerns for drivers and passengers”, RideShare Displays Inc. has filed its first patent lawsuit. In a Delaware complaint, the plaintiff accuses Lyft (1:20-cv-01629) of infringing five patents through the provision of the Lyft Amp vehicle identification device.

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