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Old 06-26-2014, 10:12 AM   #1
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LXer: Intuit beats Web encryption patent that defeated Newegg at trial


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A controversial patent that has been used to wring millions of dollars in settlements from hundreds of companies is on the verge of getting shut down.US Circuit Judge William Bryson, sitting "by designation" in the Eastern District of Texas, has found in a summary judgment ruling (PDF) that the patent, owned by TQP Development, is not infringed by the two defendants remaining in the case, Intuit Corp. and Hertz Corp. In a separate ruling (PDF), Bryson rejected Intuit's arguments that the patent was invalid.

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