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Patent Office Issues Reexamination Certificate for Card Activation Patent
Thursday, September 23, 2010
Chicago, IL -- Card Activation Technologies (Pink Sheets: CDVT) today said that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued a Reexamination Certificate in the reexamination proceeding involving Card Activation Technology’s U.S. Patent number 6,032,859, confirming the patentability of most of the claims examined in the proceeding.
Mr. Bob Kite, President and CEO of Card Activation, stated, "The favorable rulings that Card Activation has received through the courts and the United States Patent and Trademark Office has encouraged us to continue to pursue licensing deals with infringing retailers."
About Card Activation Technologies Inc.
Card Activation Technologies, Inc. is a Chicago-based company that owns the patent rights to a proprietary payment transaction method used for processing gift cards and other debit purchase transactions. The company is actively seeking to license its patent 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 infringers.
For further information about Card Activation Technologies go to www.cardactivationtech.com.
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