Mobile Co. Pushes For Revival Of Google IP Suit At Fed. Circ.

Law360, New York (July 9, 2014, 5:21 PM EDT) -- A company seeking to revive a business method patent suit against Google Inc. and Facebook Inc. covering a system used to generate content for mobile websites faced an uphill battle at the Federal Circuit on Wednesday, with one judge saying she didn’t buy its expansive definition of the term “website.”

Jeremy Pitcock, an attorney for New York-based Wireless Ink Corp., told a three-judge panel at oral argument that a district court judge incorrectly granted summary judgment in its suit over U.S. Patent Number 7,908,342, which describes the use of external data sources to generate mobile websites automatically.

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