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Finnavations LLC v. Payoneer, Inc.

United States District Court, D. Delaware

November 26, 2018

FINNAVATIONS LLC, Plaintiff,
v.
PAYONEER, INC., Defendant. FINNAVATIONS LLC, Plaintiff,
v.
STITCH LABS, INC., Defendant.

          Stamatios Stamoulis, STAMOULIS & WEINBLATT LLC, Wilmington, DE; Jay Johnson (argued), KIZZIA JOHNSON, PLLC, Dallas, TX. Attorneys for Plaintiff.

          Jeremy D. Anderson, FISH & RICHARDSON, P.C., Wilmington, DE; Michael Vincent (argued) and Ricardo Bonilla, FISH & RICHARDSON, P.C., Dallas, TX. Attorneys for Defendant Payoneer, Inc.

          Jennifer Ying, MORRIS NICHOLS ARSHT & TUNNELL LLP, Wilmington, DE; Brian B. Michalek (argued), OLSEN & CEPURITIS, LTD, Chicago, IL. Attorneys for Defendant Stitch Labs, Inc.

          MEMORANDUM OPINION

          ANDREWS, U.S. DISTRICT JUDGE

         Presently before the Court are Defendant Payoneer, Inc.'s and Defendant Stitch Lab, Inc.'s Motions to Dismiss under 35 U.S'.C. § 101. (C.A. 18-444, D.I. 7; C.A. 18-445, D.I. 9). The Parties have fully briefed the issue. (C.A. 18-444, D.I. 8, 17, 18; C.A. 18-445, D.I. 10, 14, 15). I heard argument on October 24, 2018. ("Tr." (D.I. 21)[1]). For the reasons set out below, I will grant Defendants' motions.

         I. Background

         Plaintiff filed suit against Defendants on March 23, 2018 alleging infringement of U.S. Pat. No. 9, 569, 755 ('"755 Patent"). (D.I. 1). The '755 Patent covers a method which "facilitate[s] the record keeping associated with online transactions." ('755 Patent at 1:14-15).

         Claim 9 of the Patent is representative:

9. A method of delivery of transaction data to a financial management program comprising:
using a network device to conduct an online financial transaction with a commercial web server;
searching, by a financial assistant on the network device, a set of transmitted data related to the online financial transaction;
determining, by the financial assistant on the network device, whether the searched data comprises transaction data for the online financial transaction;
when the searched data comprises transaction data in a first data structure compatible with conducting the online financial transaction, copying and storing, by the financial assistant on the network device, the transaction data and additional transaction data not included in the transmitted transaction data into in [sic] a second data structure compatible with the financial management program, wherein the second data structure differs from the first data structure.

('755 Patent, claim 9).

         The specification provides some general guidance on the various instrumentalities used to complete the method. A "commercial web server" is a commercial website such as Amazon. (Id. at 3:10-12). The "financial assistant" may be "any type of executable code." (Id. at 3:27-29). The "network device" is a computer, pager, cellphone or "other communication device." (Id. at 3:5-8). The "financial management program" is a program like Quicken. (Id. at 3:8-10). And the "transaction data" collected by the assistant preferably ...


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