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Card Activation Technologies, Inc. Receives Ruling on Claims Construction Issues
Monday, September 14, 2009
Chicago, IL -- Card Activation Technologies (OTCBB: CDVT), owners of a patented point-of-sale technology for the activation and processing of transactions related to debit styled cards, which include gift cards, phone cards and other stored value cards, today announces that a court has issued a report and recommendation on the claims construction issues involved in one of Card Activation’s patent infringement lawsuits, Card Activation Technologies, Inc. v. McDonalds et al., Case No. 06 C 5578 pending in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division. Mark Roth of Orum & Roth, LLC, one of Card Activation's litigation attorneys, stated, "We view the judge’s decision as being extremely favorable to Card Activation, and its pursuit of infringers of Card Activation’s patent. The ruling will, in our opinion, help solidify our position on all parties’ infringement of the patent involved in Card Activation’s various lawsuits."
About Card Activation Technologies
Card Activation Technologies, Inc. is a Chicago-based company that owns proprietary patented payment transaction technology used for processing gift cards, phone cards and other debit purchase transactions. The company is actively seeking to license its technology to the thousands of current users and believes that many retailers, gas stations, phone companies and others that utilize those stored value cards, such as gift and debit cards, infringe its patent. As a result, the company is aggressively pursuing litigation against these infringements. The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia estimated the prepaid card market to be valued in excess of $181.7 billion in transactions in 2006. According to market forecasts, the prepaid industry will grow to $421.5 billion by 2010. For further information about Card Activation Technologies go to www.cardactivationtech.com.
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