Invue Sec. Products Inc. v. Mobile Tech, Inc.

Invue Sec. Products Inc. v. Mobile Tech, Inc., No. 315CV00610MOCDSC, 2016 WL 1465263, at *1 (W.D.N.C. Apr. 14, 2016) 

Patent(s):   

  • 9,269,247 | Entitled “Programmable Security System and Method for Protecting Merchandise.”
  • 9,135,800 | Entitled “Programmable Security System and Method for Protecting Merchandise.”
  • 8,884,762 | Entitled “Programmable Security System and Method for Protecting Merchandise.”

Disposition:               

Motion to dismiss for invalidity denied.

Abstract Idea:

No

Something More:

No

Technology:              

Security systems and methods for protecting items of merchandise.

Summary:                 

The court therefore finds that a granting of Defendant's Motion to Dismiss would be premature and that claim construction is necessary in order to determine Defendant's Motion. See WAG Acquisition, 2015 WL 5310203, at *6 (“Because resolving the parties' disputes about the basic character and meaning of the claims requires claim construction, Defendants' motion to dismiss under § 101 is denied.”).