Additional Delivery Platforms Accused of Patent Infringement

April 5, 2021

IP Edge LLC, through plaintiff Gridley IP LLC, continues to target delivery services in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, suing DoorDash (1:21-cv-00699) in the Northern District of Ohio, Instacart (1:21-cv-00213) in the Southern District of Ohio, and NeighborFavor (1:21-cv-00451) in the District of Delaware. The Texas monetization firm asserts two patents, generally related to detecting mobile devices within a certain location and determining a “quantity of the goods or services” to be made available to those users, with the defendants accused of infringement through the provision of their delivery platforms (i.e., DoorDash, Instacart, and Favor Delivery, respectively).

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