Colorado-based CQG Inc. has joined the growing list of companies tangled in litigation with trading software developer Trading Technologies Inc.
Trading Technologies Inc. is pressing on with its international campaign to win licensing agreements for its futures trading software, forcing yet another settlement with a major industry player.
A small California company is taking American Express to court, asserting its patents that cover a widely used customer rewards method.
Trading Technologies, the company behind a slew of patent infringement lawsuits against major players in the futures trading industry, has pried settlement agreements out of another pair of companies.
Merchant bank Ocean Tomo has launched an investment fund to provide private equity capital and mezzanine debt to companies with undervalued intellectual property rights, including patents and trademarks.
In a legal assault that targets large swaths of the travel and financial-services industries, a small California company has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against travel-services giant Cendant Corp. over a widely used business method.
Software developer Trading Technologies pushed through additional settlement deals Thursday, bringing two competitors to the bargaining table just days after filing patent infringement suits in the Northern District of Illinois.
Fresh from a bevy of settlements with several players in the futures market, software developer Trading Technologies is pressing on with a legal onslaught against another batch of competitors.
A U.S. maker of anti-counterfeiting technology has sued the European Central Bank, claiming that every euro banknote in circulation infringes on a European patent.
A federal judge in New York has given the green light to a trial in a trademark dispute over a catchphrase used by American Express in its advertising campaigns.
Prolific inventor Ronald A. Katz, who claims to have earned $1 billion from his portfolio of more than 50 telecommunications patents, has set his sights on Citibank, Discover Card, T-Mobile and Wal-Mart with a sweeping new lawsuit filed last week in federal court in Texas.
A patent dispute that has unsettled the futures industry escalated this week when Trading Technologies, the software vendor at the center of the brawl, filed a lawsuit against the Chicago-based futures trading firm Peregrine Financial Group.
Trading Technologies, the company at the center of a patent dispute that has shaken up the global futures industry, has settled another patent infringement lawsuit against a maker of trading software.
A closely held company that invented a technology for electronically capturing and storing check images agreed Wednesday to settle a patent infringement lawsuit it had brought against JPMorgan Chase & Co., but immediately launched a series of new lawsuits against Bank of America, Citigroup, Wachovia and Wells Fargo.
Citizens Financial Group and the smaller Citizens National Bank of Evans City have settled a four-year trademark battle that pitted a small bank against a multinational financial-services giant.
Legg Mason Inc. has agreed to settle a drawn-out civil copyright infringement lawsuit after a Maryland federal court ordered the financial services holding company to pay $20 million in damages to a Florida publisher of a financial newsletter.
Dow Jones & Co. has sued the International Securities Exchange for trademark infringement over its plans to trade options on the Dow Jones Industrial Average known as “Diamonds.”
Patsystems PLC, one of the companies targeted by Trading Technologies’ broad legal assault over patents for a trading platform for the futures market, has agreed to settle the dispute out of court, the company said.
In an ominous development for European futures traders, the European Patent Office has awarded a broad patent to a software maker that has vowed to take on the entire industry in an effort to obtain licensing agreements for its trading platform.
A Chicago software vendor that has rattled the futures industry with patent litigation has sued U.K.-based Man Group, one of the largest futures brokerages in the world.