IP Claim Against University of Phoenix Tossed Again

Law360, Los Angeles (October 04, 2013, 10:10 PM ET) -- A Virginia federal court Friday again dismissed Digital-Vending Services International LLC's patent infringement claim against the University of Phoenix over technology for regulating access to computer network-delivered content, finding the for-profit school's online network can't infringe Digital-Vending's patent under the court's claim construction. 

U.S. District Judge Arenda L. Wright Allen's order granting the University of Phoenix and parent company Apollo Group Inc's motion for summary judgment of noninfringement marked the second time the court has dismissed Digital-Vending's claims. The court had previously tossed Digital-Vending's claims of infringement...
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