Microsoft sued over dynamic web page generation

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A case started in a Texas district court at the end of May 2009, with Microsoft being sued for allegedly breaching two patents.

Parallel Networks brought the case over two patents – 5,894,554 and 6,415,335.

The patents include systems and methods for managing dynamic web page generation requests. The patents were issued on 13 April 1999 and July 2 2002, respectively.

Parallel Networks alleges that Microsoft makes or uses systems and methods for managing dynamic web page generation requests within the scope of its own patents.

It therefore wants Micrsoft to give it money, should judgment be in Parallel’s favour.

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