Trading Techs. Int'l., Inc. v. TradeHelm, Inc., No. 10 C. 931, Slip Op. (N.D. Ill. May 2011) (Kendall, J.).

Judge Kendall entered the parties - Trading Technologies ("TT") and TradeHelm - agreed consent order, as part of their settlement in this futures trading software - there is much more on this and related cases in the Blog's archives case. The parties agreed as follows:

  1. TT's patent infringement claims as to its '999 and '056 patents were dismissed.  
  2. TradeHelm admitted infringement as to TT's '411, '768, '382 and '992 patents, but not the '056 and '999 patent-in-suit.  
  3. TradeHelm admitted validity and enforceability of the '304, '132, '411, '768, '382 and '996 patents, but again not the '056 or the '999 patents-in-suit.  
  4. TradeHelm was permanently enjoined from infringing, unless TT permitted it, the '132, '304, '411, '768, '382 and '996 patents. But again, not the '056 and '999 patents-in-suit.