Another Non Practicing Entity (NPE) by the name of Remote Locator Systems has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Apple. This time around the patent infringement lawsuit concerns the use of Apple's iOS features "Find my Friends" and "Find my iPhone."
Remote Locator Systems is alleging that Apple is infringing patent 5.548,637.
The patent infringement case presented in today's report was filed in the Texas Eastern District Court, Marshall Office in Harrison County. The Presiding Judge in this case is noted as being Judge Rodney Gilstrap.
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