The patent trial between Trading Technologies (TT) and
Espeed has been pushed back to June from April, to provide both
parties with more time to prepare.
TT has been pursuing patent infringement cases against
Espeed and several other firms including GL Trade, Rosenthal
Collins, CQG and FuturePath. The Espeed case will be the first
to go to trial. It will be ruled upon by a jury and is
scheduled to last for around two weeks.
There are three main issues in the trial. Firstly, TT will
try to persuade the jury that the defendant has infringed upon
its MD Trader patents, which serves as the foundation for TT's
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