Google Says Rushed Website IP Suit Misses The Mark

By Kevin Stawicki (November 9, 2020, 3:20 PM EST) -- Google has told a Texas federal court that a small mobile technology company is rushing to jam through another suit that alleges infringement of patents for website development methods, saying the mobile technology company failed to meet baseline requirements for the case to survive.

Express Mobile Inc. failed to meet the pleading standards to proceed with its suit alleging Google infringed five patents that cover inventions for browser-based website-creation concepts and other methods for solving technical problems with content displays, Google said in its motion to dismiss on Friday.

"In an apparent rush to get yet another case on file, Express...

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