Judge Halts Litigation Blitz Over Diet Planning Patent

, The Litigation Daily


For three years, the patent holder DietGoal Innovations has sued dozens of food and media companies all over the country, alleging infringment of its patent for a system of computerized meal planning—a patent Southern District Judge Paul Engelmayer now says is invalid.

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Originally appeared in print as Ruling Invalidating Diet Planning Patent Could End Litigation Blitz

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