Press Releases

Ryogen Licenses Human Aminopeptidase P Gene Patent to OriGene Technologies

Suffern, NY - August 15, 2006 - Ryogen LLC (Ryogen) headquartered in Suffern, NY and OriGene Technologies Inc., of Rockwell, MD (OriGene) announced today that they have entered into a nonexclusive license agreement whereby OriGene has licensed from Ryogen the patent directed to the clinically important Aminopeptidase P gene.

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Acticon Technologies Settles Patent Infringement Suit with Askey

Suffern, NY - August 15, 2006 - General Patent Corporation (GPC), a leading patent licensing and enforcement firm, has scored another victory in its campaign to enforce a portfolio of "smart connector" patents owned by its subsidiary, Acticon Technologies LLC (Acticon). GPC announced today that Acticon has settled its longstanding patent infringement lawsuit against Askey, its 24th successful litigation to enforce these patents.

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Ryogen Licenses Human Aminopeptidase P Gene Patent to R&D Systems

SUFFERN, NY, July 6, 2006 - Ryogen LLC, headquartered in Suffern, NY, announced today that the company has entered into a nonexclusive license agreement with Invitrogen Corporation (NASDAQ: IVGN), headquartered in Carlsbad, CA, whereby Invitrogen has licensed from Ryogen the patent directed to the clinically important Aminopeptidase P gene.

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Trounson Automation Settles Lawsuit with Yaskawa Electric

GPC Represented Trounson Automation in this Transaction

June 8, 2006 - General Patent Corporation (GPC), a leading IP licensing and enforcement firm headquartered in Suffern, New York, announced today that it has settled on behalf of its client, Trounson Automation LLC (Trounson), a patent infringement lawsuit against Yaskawa Electric Corporation of Japan and Yaskawa Electric America of Illinois (Yaskawa). GPC represents Trounson in the licensing and enforcement of its patent.

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GPC Successful in its 23rd Litigation to Enforce Acticon's Patents

Acticon Technologies Settles Patent Infringement Suit with Startech.com, and Licenses Its "Programmable Connector" Patent to Several Other Companies

SUFFERN, NY, March 7, 2006 - General Patent Corporation (GPC), a leading patent licensing and enforcement firm, has scored another victory in its campaign to enforce a portfolio of "smart connector" patents owned by its subsidiary, Acticon Technologies LLC (Acticon). GPC announced today that Acticon has recently settled its lawsuit against Startech.com, its 23rd successful litigation to enforce these patents.

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GPC Wins Reexaminations for ACT's Patents

SUFFERN, NY, December 27, 2005 - General Patent Corporation (GPC) announced an important victory in its patent enforcement campaign on behalf of Advanced Card Technologies LLC (ACT). The reexamination of two of ACT's patents by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) resulted in an affirmation of validity of these two patents with approximately two hundred new claims being issued.

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General Patent, Client Upstream Technologies Settle Lawsuit with Truck Accessories Group

SUFFERN, NY, November 1, 2005 - General Patent Corporation (GPC), a leading contingency IP licensing and enforcement firm headquartered in Suffern, New York, announced today that it has settled on behalf of its client, Upstream Technologies LLC (Upstream), a patent infringement lawsuit against Truck Accessories Group, Inc. of Elkhart, Indiana (TAG). GPC represents Upstream in the enforcement of its patent.

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Sticky Web Signs Letter Of Intent with GPC and IP Holdings

BOCA RATON, FL., September 26, 2005 (BUSINESS WIRE) - Sticky Web, Inc. (PINK SHEETS: SIKY), a pioneer in OPT-IN e-mail technology, announced today that it has signed a Letter of Intent with General Patent Corporation (GPC), a leading intellectual property firm, and its affiliate idea incubator, IP Holdings LLC.

The Letter of Intent contemplates establishing a joint venture between Sticky Web, Inc. and IP Holdings LLC for the purposes of licensing a proprietary bulk e-mail technology protected by the US Patent No. 6,631,400.

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General Patent Corporation Wins Reexamination for Acticon Patents

SUFFERN, NY, September 20, 2005 - General Patent Corporation (GPC) announced an important victory in its patent enforcement campaign on behalf of its wholly-owned subsidiary, Acticon Technologies LLC (Acticon). The reexamination of three of Acticon's patents by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (the USPTO) upheld the validity of all of the claims of all three patents.

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