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Apple claims it isn't infringing USR patents with Apple Pay

After failing to invalidate patents in a patent infringement lawsuit targeting Apple Pay, Apple is trying convince the court that it isn’t infringing on the patents in question.Apple and Visa are currently stuck in a lawsuit with Universal Secure Registry (USR), dating back to 2017, one that is slowly making its way through the US legal system. The lawsuit alleges Apple and Visa infringed patents owned by USR, concerning the use of e-wallets and authentication.In May, an attempt by Apple to challenge and invalidate the patents via a review by the Patent Trial and Appeal Board ran aground. A US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit dismissed an appeal by Apple and Visa to overturn the pulled reviews by the PTAB, stating that PTAB institutional decisions are unable to be appealed in that way. Read more…
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