Sentius Lays Claim to the “Red Squiggly”, This Time Suing IBM

August 25, 2016

After cases filed against BlackBerry and Corel, Sentius International, LLC has filed its third lawsuit of 2016 asserting two reissue patents (RE40,731RE43,633) generally related to parsing and annotating document text. The new complaint (2:16-cv-00942) accuses IBM of infringement through provision of its Connections, Lotus Notes, and Lotus Symphony software products, which include what Sentius characterizes as a “‘red squiggly’ spell check feature”.

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