Friday, March 30, 2012

The end of the line for the Juxtacomm patent?

It looks like the U.S. Patent Office has issued a final, please-get-out-of-my-face rejection of essentially all of the claims of the infamous '662 patent, which the Canadian patent trolls software firm Teilhard Technologies has been using to shake down litigate against software vendors, including IBM, Oracle, Informatica and many others.

See my earlier posting about the USPTO's ruling on the '662 patent to find out how access the decision from the USPTO web site, or just follow these links to my copies:
According to Pacer, the current round of litigation is winding down, with dismissals already issued or pending for many of the defendants. At last.


  1. It appears that the Teilhard Website and phone number are no longer active!

  2. It seems that Juxtacomm has just won an appeal, dated January 31st, 2013. It's back on!!

  3. Do they just continue where they left off and if so, how much longer will this go on?