Yodlee, Inc. v. Plaid Tech., Inc., DEFAX Case No. D67616 (D.Del. Jan. 27, 2017), Stark, U.S.D.J. (9 pages).
Defendant's motions to dismiss and for summary judgment, based on defendant's assertions of patent ineligibility, were denied where defendant's proposed abstract idea failed to capture key aspects of the claims and did not remove any genuine issue of material fact as to whether the claims were well-understood or conventional at the time of invention.
|February 15, 2017
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