Neology Files Another Round of Patents Against Federal Signal Corporation

May 23, 2012
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SAN DIEGO, May 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Neology has filed a second lawsuit against Federal Signal and related companies for patent infringement. This follows the filing by Neology in Delaware of a patent infringement case against Federal Signal alleging infringement of 6 U.S. patents. In the Delaware case, Neology also moved for a preliminary injunction based on 3 of the 6 patents in suit. In the latest lawsuit, Neology is asserting infringement of 2 more U.S. patents. Neology has a portfolio of 140 patents and its parent company has well over 370 patents worldwide. Neology continues to review its U.S. and foreign patents, including in such jurisdictions as Mexico, Taiwan, and Europe, and is prepared to assert more patents as appropriate. Neology has invested significantly in what it believes is one of the leading RFID patent portfolios in the world and will continue to take whatever actions are necessary to defend its intellectual property.

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The latest lawsuit demands that Federal Signal immediately and permanently stop directly or indirectly making, using, selling or offering for sale, importing or exporting, all infringing products.

Neology and the Neology logo are trademarks of Neology, Inc. Copyright 2012 Neology, Inc. All rights reserved.

Press Release and Media Contact:
Mark McFarlin, VP, Sales & Marketing
Phone: 858-391-0260 x126
mmcfarlin@neology-rfid.com 
www.neology-rfid.com

Source: PR Newswire (http://s.tt/1csds)

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