Consumeron Asserts “Remote Acquisition and Delivery” Patents Against Instacart

August 10, 2021

Inventor-controlled Consumeron, LLC has filed its first patent case, accusing Maplebear (d/b/a Instacart) (1:21-cv-01147) of infringing multiple patents through the alleged use of a “mobile delivery agent system” in the Instacart platform. Comprising a four-member family, the asserted patents generally relate to the “remote acquisition and delivery of goods”. Among the patents’ named inventors is Mark B. Barron, identified as Consumeron’s president and CEO.

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