Software Patent Cases

Below are representative cases of DisputeSoft’s experience in Software Patent Disputes.

Apple v. HTC

DisputeSoft was engaged as a consulting expert in the matter of Apple v. HTC, a patent infringement dispute between two major smartphone manufacturers. DisputeSoft assisted HTC in finding evidence to support its contentions of invalidity, non-infringement, and lack of domestic industry through source-code review, claims charting, and prior-art research.

Frontline Placement Technologies, Inc. v. CRS, Inc.

DisputeSoft was engaged as a testifying expert by the defendant in the matter of Frontline Placement Technologies, Inc. v. CRS, Inc., a patent infringement suit filed on June 18, 2007 in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Frontline claimed that CRS had infringed its patent for a system for performing the automated assignment of substitute teachers.

Grape and KGB v. Jingle Networks

DisputeSoft was engaged by in the matter of Grape Technology Group, Inc. and KGB Inc. v. Jingle Networks, Inc. to provide expert testimony regarding allegations of patent infringement. The plaintiffs alleged that Jingle Networks infringed on patents related to automated directory assistance service.