Intuit, Hertz Fail To Invalidate TQP Encryption Patent
U.S. Circuit Judge William C. Bryson, sitting by designation, denied the defendants’ motion for summary judgment, which had argued that TQP’s patent covered an abstract idea that could be performed using pen and paper, and was directed to patent-ineligible subject matter.
Intuit and Hertz claimed...
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