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US Patent Office Upholds All Claims Of WiLAN's V-Chip Patent - Quick Facts

Wi-LAN Inc. (WILN: Quote,WIN.TO: Quote) announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office or USPTO has confirmed the validity of all the claims in WiLAN's US Patent No. 5,828,402 along with more than 30 new claims.

The company said that the USPTO ruling signals that the 402 Patent re-examination proceedings are at an end.

"This ruling confirms the validity of our fundamental 402 or V-Chip Patent, and enables our licensing activity to continue with the unlicensed portion of the market, which is significant," said Jim Skippen, President & CEO.

by RTT Staff Writer

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