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Intellectual Property – Patent Infringement – Internet Transactions – 'Means- Plus-Function' Term (access required)

In this patent litigation involving a transaction system for facilitating computer-to-computer commercial transactions by integrating certain functions to enable international purchases of goods over the Internet, the district court concludes that defendant Dell is entitled to partial summary judgment. The court believes that the issue of whether the corresponding structure for a computer-implemented means-plus-function can be ...

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