The defendants claim Honeywell defines the relevant security and home automation market too narrowly.
Julie Jacobson · March 03, 2017
spoke with several industry observers who commented on allegations by Honeywell that Alarm.com’s acquisition of two Icontrol divisions would result in a monopoly.
Rodney Bosch · February 28, 2017
Icontrol and Alarm.com combined would control 70% of the market for interactive security and home automation.
Julie Jacobson · February 24, 2017
Iron Gate Security claimed Lowe's sold security cameras that infringed on two of its patents.
SSI Staff · November 03, 2016
Google and Honeywell announced on Friday that they have reached an agreement on their patent dispute over Nest Lab thermostats. Honeywell filed the lawsuit against Nest Labs back in 2012 before Google purchased it.
Stephen Sellner · May 06, 2016
The largest reported alarm defense case in history began its story on March 14, 2010 when five burglars cut their way through the roof of pharmaceutical company Eil Lilly’s warehouse and stole $60 million of Prozac, Zyprexa and other prescription drugs.
Ken Kirschenbaum · April 06, 2016
A federal jury in Florida has determined Tyco Integrated Security isn't liable for the theft of more than $60 million worth of prescription drugs from pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly's warehouse in Connecticut six years ago.
Scott Goldfine · April 06, 2016
Security giant ADT has lost a trademark infringement appeal against a smaller competitor calling itself APT (Alarm Protection Technology). ADT argued that the West Palm Beach federal jury that rejected its $27 million damages claims last year was working from flawed instructions.
Scott Goldfine · April 05, 2016
A privacy lawsuit in Battle Creek, Mich., centers around the use of video surveillance inside a women's locker room for police officers. Four plaintiffs reached a settlement on Wednesday.
Stephen Sellner · March 24, 2016
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SSI Staff · December 16, 2015