General Patent Corporation Settles Patent Infringement Lawsuit with Zoolert

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General Patent Corporation’s subsidiary, Data Distribution Technologies LLC, settled a patent infringement lawsuit with Zoolert LLC, with Zoolert taking a license for Data Distribution Technologies’ patent and paying a 1% royalty.

General Patent Corporation (GPC), a leading patent licensing and enforcement firm, announced today on behalf of its subsidiary, Data Distribution Technologies LLC (DDT), that it settled a patent infringement lawsuit with Zoolert LLC of Langhorne, Penn., operator of Zoolert is the first website operator to license the patent from DDT. Under the license agreement, Zoolert will pay a 1% royalty.

This settlement resolves Data Distribution Technologies LLC v. Zoolert LLC (7:2011cv09653) filed in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York in December 2011.

“We are pleased to license the DDT patent to Zoolert,” said Anthony Amaral, Chief IP Counsel of General Patent Corporation. “This license resolves one of three lawsuits we filed for infringement of this patent.”

The patent-at-suit is U.S. Patent No. 6,529,908 titled “Web-Updated Database with Record Distribution by Email.”

About General Patent Corporation
General Patent Corporation, headquartered in Suffern, N.Y., is a leading intellectual property boutique focusing on patent licensing and enforcement. GPC represents inventors, businesses, universities and other patent owners in patent assertion matters by managing and financing patent litigation on a contingency basis. GPC is the oldest patent enforcement firm in the U.S. Founded in 1987, General Patent is celebrating its 25th Anniversary in 2012. GPC is the managing member of Data Distribution Technologies LLC. For more information, visit

About Data Distribution Technologies LLC
Data Distribution Technologies LLC is the owner of U.S. Patent No. 6,529,908 titled “Web-Updated Database with Record Distribution by Email.”
DDT is a client and subsidiary of – and is managed by – General Patent Corporation. A non-exclusive license under this patent is available on fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory terms. For licensing terms, please contact GPC’s Director of Licensing, Kathlene Ingham, at (845) 368-4000 x107. For more information, please visit


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