On May 4, 2015, Global Cash Access, Inc. of Las Vegas, Nevada ("GCA") filed a complaint requesting that the ITC commence an investigation pursuant to Section 337.
The Complaint alleges that NRT Technology Corp. of Canada and NRT Technologies, Inc. of Las Vegas, Nevada (collectively, "NRT") unlawfully import into the U.S., sell for importation, and/or sell within the U.S. after importation certain automated teller machines ("ATMs") and point-of-sale ("POS") devices and associated software thereof, that infringe one or more claims of U.S. Patent No. 6,081,792 (the '792 patent).
According to the complaint, the asserted patents generally relate to "ATMs and POS devices that allow account holders to access their accounts at financial institutions so that they may withdraw money and pay for goods and services when the account holder has reached the daily allowed withdrawal limit for a particular account."
In the Complaint, GCA states that NRT imports and sells products that infringe the asserted patents. The Complaint specifically identifies NRT's QuickJack Classic, QuickJack v2, QuickJack88, and QuickJack v4 products as the accused products.
Regarding Domestic Industry, GCA states that it makes significant investment in plant and equipment, makes significant investment in the employment of labor or capital, and makes substantial investment in the exploitation of the '792 patent through engineering and research and development relating to GCA's ATMs and POS devices and associated software thereof.
As to related litigation, GCA states that on May 1, 2015, it filed a complaint against NRT in the U.S. District Court for the Nevada alleging infringement of the '792 patent.
With respect to potential remedy GCA requests that the Commission issue a permanent limited exclusion order and a cease and desist order directed at NRT.