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August 21, 2013

APTA's patent lawsuit resolved

The lawsuit stated that ArrivalStar’s patents related to arrival and status messaging systems for the transportation systems were invalid and unenforceable.


August 21, 2013

CUTA sues to end frivolous patent claims

Seeks to end foreign owned investment company's practice of bringing unfounded, unsustainable patent infringement actions against its members, including numerous publicly funded transit systems, agencies and their suppliers.


June 27, 2013

Lawsuit filed against patent troll targeting public transit

APTA seeks to halt frivolous patent infringement claims against public transit systems throughout the country by two foreign companies stating they own or are the exclusive licensee of patents relating to arrival and status messaging systems for the transportation industry.


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