A judge has ruled that key evidence in the Trading
Technologies (TT) case against Rosenthal Collins Group (RCG) is
invalid and denied RCG's request for a summary judgment against
Separately, an anonymous person filed a challenge to TT's
patents with US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) on 5 April,
submitting three pieces of claimed prior art.
Unlike other TT patent cases, RCG sued TT over its patents'
validity, and asked the court for a summary judgment based on
prior art. But in rather blunt language Judge James Moran
agreed with TT that critical evidence presented as prior art
was altered by RCG's key witness Walter Buist, a designer of
trading system Wit DSM System in 1998 and 1999, which predates
TT's MD Trader patent. Further, Moran ruled that RCG must pay
the attorney's fees and for TT's expert witness for that part
of the case.
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