Inventor-Controlled Plaintiff Targets Apple and Visa over Apple Pay

May 24, 2017

Inventor-controlled Universal Secure Registry LLC (USR) has filed a single Delaware case alleging infringement of four patents (8,577,813; 8,856,539; 9,100,826; 9,530,137) by Apple and Visa (1:17-cv-00585). The patents-in-suit generally relate to processing secure financial transactions using mobile devices as “electronic wallets”. USR alleges infringement through the provision of Apple Pay, together with the payment processing network supplied by Visa.

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