Plaintiff-appellant IPXL Holdings, L.L.C. (“IPXL”) holds a patent for an “electronic fund transfer or transaction system” that stores user information, displays that information to the user in a single screen, and allows the user to select a transaction. The goal of the patented system is to allow users to execute financial transactions in fewer steps. Read more » about Patent Claim Covering Both an Apparatus and a Method for Using that Apparatus is Invalid for Indefiniteness
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