According to the pair the central issue is:
"Automated Transactions contends that it holds an exclusive license for the use of an internet interface to conduct transactions of the type that are commonly conducted from ATM machines — dispensing cash, account inquiries, balance transfers and the like. It asserts that subsequent to the grant of the patent, financial institutions (and retailers which offer ATM services) and their service providers have been using an Internet interface to process ATM transactions and have been infringing the patents."Automated Transactions has sought to enforce 13 patents, 12 of which are “continuations” of the original patent 6,945,457 (the '457 Patent) — continuation patents apply the original patent in a variety of contexts.
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