All-Tag Files Patent Infringement Lawsuit against Checkpoint Systems; Complaint Alleges Violation of ‘566 Patent on Resonance Security Tags

All-Tag Security America, Inc. announced today that it has filed a lawsuit against Checkpoint Systems, Inc. alleging patent infringement of its resonance security label, a non-reusable anti-shoplifting product.

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Boca Raton, Florida (PRWEB) August 01, 2014

All-Tag, a leading provider of anti-theft security labels and tags, alleges that Checkpoint Systems copied All-Tag’s unique resonance security label design with its Micro EP PST label, violating the ALL-Tag patent and profiting from ALL-Tag’s invention. The evidence in the suit alleges that Checkpoint Systems refused to halt infringement after repeated attempts by All-Tag to resolve the issue amicably. Checkpoint Systems alleged violation has caused ALL-Tag substantial and irreparable injury and damages in excess of $50,000,000. The lawsuit was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida, and the case number is 9:14-cv-81004-DMM.

For more information on All-Tag Security Americas, Inc., visit http://www.all-tag.com. Copies of the lawsuit are available for download at http://all-tag.com/company/press/

About All-Tag Security Americas, Inc.:
All-Tag Security Americas was founded in 1992 and is the second largest global manufacturer of Radio Frequency (RF) Labels. With production facilities and inventory warehouse locations throughout the world, including the United States, United Kingdom, and Hong Kong, the company provides innovative and cost-effective solutions to help retailers protect their merchandise from theft. All-Tag’s EAS solutions are compatible with both Tyco/Sensormatic Acousto-Magnetic (AM) and Checkpoint Radio-Frequency (RF) products, and can be easily integrated into any retailer’s existing loss prevention program.


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