Wednesday, August 10, 2005

NTP v. Research in Motion

NTP holds a method patent on email systems such as those used by RIM's Blackberry. RIM's method of delivering email requires all email to pass through an "interface-switch" located in Canada. The C.A.F.C. has held that just because a single step of the method occurs outside the United States does not preclude a finding of infringement if the "beneficial use" occurs inside the United States. The 75 page opinion details the analysis.

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