Diebold Says Rival's ATM Patents Are Invalid

Law360 (January 6, 2011, 2:15 PM EST) -- Diebold Inc. has gone on the offensive against a Chicago rival that accuses the company of infringing two patents related to ATM technology, asking a judge to declare them invalid and unenforceable.

The security system provider is seeking a declaratory judgment that it has not infringed patents held by Capital Security Systems Inc. in a complaint filed Wednesday in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio by Ralph E. Jocke and Patricia A. Walker of Walker & Jocke.

Capital Security sent Diebold a letter in December alleging the company had infringed U.S. Patent Numbers 7,653,600 and 5,897,625 and...

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