New Round Filed in Banking Campaign

June 30, 2017

Inventor-controlled Mirror Imaging L.L.C. has filed a third wave in the litigation campaign that it began nearly 15 years ago. The new complaints, all filed in the Eastern District of Texas, accuse BOK (BOKF) (d/b/a Bank of Texas) (2:17-cv-00507), First National Bank of Omaha (2:17-cv-00508), and First National Bank Texas (2:17-cv-00509) of infringing four patents (6,963,866; 7,552,118; 7,836,067; 9,141,612) generally related to remote retrieval of financial documents. Mirror Imaging targets the defendants’ online banking systems. The earliest patent in this five-member family (6,446,072) was at issue in the first wave of this campaign, filed in September 2002, while the July 2008 wave saw litigation over the ‘866 and ‘118 patents.

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