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:
- TT's patent infringement claims as to its '999 and '056 patents were dismissed.
- TradeHelm admitted infringement as to TT's '411, '768, '382 and '992 patents, but not the '056 and '999 patent-in-suit.
- 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.
- 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.