Intuit and Hertz Uncover a Flaw in TQP’s Infringement Theory

  • July 3, 2014

A Texas circuit judge granted Intuit and Hertz summary judgment of non-infringement in a litigation initiated by TQP Development. The serial NPE filed suit against Intuit in April 2012, alleging the company’s websites infringed a patent related to data encryption (5,412,730); a year later, the litigation was designated as lead case in a group of seven consolidated actions that included TQP’s suit against Hertz. By January 2014, when Intuit and Hertz made their second attempt at summary judgment, they were the only defendants left in the case.


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