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Advanced Software Design Corp. v. Fed. Reserve Bank of St. Louis, No. 08-1152

By FindLaw Staff on September 30, 2009 1:24 PM

In a patent infringement case involving a method for detecting fraudulent bank checks, district court's dismissal of certain counts of plaintiff's suit is affirmed as the allegedly infringing activity was for the United States and with its authorization and consent and thus could only be pursued in the Court of Federal Claims under 28 U.S.C. section 1498(a).   

Read Advanced Software Design Corp. v. Fed. Reserve Bank of St. Louis, No. 08-1152

Appellate Information

Appeal from:  United States District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri

Decided September 30, 2009

Judges

Before Newman, Prost, and Moore, Circuit Judges

Opinion by Newman, Circuit Judge.   

Counsel

For Appellant:  Keith A. Rabenberg, Senniger Powers LLP

For Appellee:  William H. Levit, Jr., Godfrey & Kahn

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