Timeline of legal action
Quick links to the latest patent updates, filings and key court decisions.
Park Assist Files Answer to INDECT USA’s Amended Declaratory Relief and Damages Complaint.
San Diego County Regional Airport Authority & ACE Parking Management Request for 'Motion to Dismiss' is Denied.
Park Assist 'Motion to Dismiss' denied. Case against Park Assist for sham litigation and unfair competition will proceed.
Park Assist files opposition to Ace Parking Management’s Motion for Rule 11 Sanctions.
ACE Parking Submits Reply Brief RE: Motion to Rule 11 Sanctions Against Park Assist.
ACE Parking Management files Rule 11 asserting that the Park Assist legal team did not carry out the required due diligence prior to filing their lawsuit and that it is objectively baseless (for complete Rule 11 filing contact email@example.com).
Park Assist Memorandum in support of motion to dismiss
San Diego Airport files Notice to Dismiss Park Assist action on the grounds that US Patent No. 9,594,956 is invalid.
INDECT holds public forum at NPA Convention and Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada and invites attendees to ask INDECT’s legal team any questions regarding the patent.
INDECT files legal action against Park Assist alleging anti-competitive behavior and sham lawsuit.
Park Assist sends letters to Atlanta Airport, MD Anderson and Holder Construction advising them of current lawsuit and threatening legal action.
Park Assist publicizes legal action.
Park Assist files legal action against San Diego Airport and ACE Parking Management alleging breach of patent.
INDECT distributes information to attendees at the IPI Conference and Expo in Orlando, Florida advising that the INDECT system does NOT breach the Park Assist patent.
INDECT receives second letter of legal advice advising non-infringement of the Park Assist patent.
INDECT distributes information to attendees at the NPA Conference and Expo in Palm Springs, California advising that the INDECT system does NOT breach the Park Assist patent.
INDECT sends letter to all clients confirming that the UPSOLUT does NOT breach the Park Assist patent.
INDECT receives legal advice confirming that the UPSOLUT does NOT breach the Park Assist patent.
Park Assist advises INDECT of patent.
Park Assist is granted US Patent No. 9,594,956.
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