Reexamination Requested Against British Telecom Patent, Perhaps by Google

Scott Daniels | June 12, 2012

Last December British Telecommunications sued Google in Delaware for infringement of six patents related to network communications, data navigation, data transfer, and data storage among them U.S. Patent No. 6,151,309.  The accused products include Google Android, Google Music, Google Maps, Google Places, and Google Search, though not Google Patent.  Yesterday ex parte reexamination was requested by an as-yet-unidentified party, presumably Google.  Because of the early filing date of the ‘309 patent application, inter partes reexamination was not available. 

Requests against the other five British Telecom patents might follow.  

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