The Trading Technologies (TT) patent infringement case against
E-speed eventually got underway with opening statements by both
sides and a heavy focus on the timing of the patent
applications being heard in the first two days.
The trial is expected to pick up steam in the second week of
trial commencing 17 September when TTs CEO, Harris
Brumfield, is scheduled to take the witness stand.
Brumfield is expected to come under intense scrutiny by E-Speed
attorneys over the key dates in which he invented the MD Trader
system and when he filed for the patents.
Meanwhile, TTs lead attorney Paul Berghoff told the
Federal District Court jury on 10 September in his opening
statement that E-Speed clearly copied MD Traders patented
static ladder display of prices.
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