Auth Token Hits Eight More Defendants over EMV Card Personalization

November 5, 2021

Auth Token LLC has expanded its sole litigation campaign with suits against American Express (6:21-cv-01121), Bank of America (6:21-cv-01122), BMO Harris Bank (6:21-cv-01124), Citigroup, (6:21-cv-01125) and HBSC (6:21-cv-01126) in the Western District of Texas; Capital One (2:21-cv-00408) and JP Morgan Chase & Co. (2:21-cv-00409) in the Eastern District of Texas; and Fifth Third Bank (4:21-cv-02100) in the Northern District of Ohio. The asserted patent generally relates to “personalizing an authentication token”, with the defendants accused of infringement through the provision of financial products (e.g., payment cards) that support the EMV Card Personalization specification.

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