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Maxim Integrated Products, Inc.
v. Starbucks Corporation

Complaint for Patent Infringement
Civil Action No. 4:12-cv-00005-RAS-DDB, the Hon. Richard A. Schell presiding.
Filed on Jan. 6, 2012 in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas;

Plaintiffs

v.
Maxim Integrated Products
Spangler Law PC; Longview, TX
Andrew W. Spangler

Defendants

Starbucks

Patents in case

  • 5,949,880: “Transfer of valuable information between a secure module and another module” by Curry et. al. and assigned to Dallas Semiconductor Corporation. Prosecuted by Jenkens & Gilchrist. Includes 6 claims (1 indep.). Was application 08/978,798. Filed 11/26/1997 & Granted 9/7/1999.
  • 6,237,095: “Apparatus for transfer of secure information between a data carrying module and an electronic device” by Curry et. al. and assigned to Dallas Semiconductor Corporation. Prosecuted by Jenkens & Gilchrist, A Professional Corporation. Includes 8 claims (1 indep.). Was application 09/003,541. Filed 1/6/1998 & Granted 5/22/2001.
  • 5,940,510: “Transfer of valuable information between a secure module and another module” by Curry et. al. and assigned to Dallas Semiconductor Corporation. Prosecuted by Jenkens & Gilchrist. Includes 6 claims (1 indep.). Was application 08/594,975. Filed 1/31/1996 & Granted 8/17/1999.
  • 6,105,013: “Method, apparatus, system and firmware for secure transactions” by Curry et. al. and assigned to Dallas Semiconductor Corporation. Prosecuted by Jenkens & Gilchrist. Includes 16 claims (2 indep.). Was application 09/041,190. Filed 3/10/1998 & Granted 8/15/2000.

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