Two more of the disputed patents in the ongoing legal battle between Canadian wireless-device maker Research In Motion and the holding company NTP have been rejected, a lawyer for NTP confirmed Wednesday. . . .Prior post: USPTO Rejects Another NTP Patent in RIM Patent Dispute (June 20, 2005).
The latest two rejections bring the total number of NTP patents rejected in the matter to seven.
Update (June 23, 2005): CNet News has an interview with RIM co-CEO Jim Balsillie.
Update (June 24, 2005): Today, CNet News has an interview with NTP co-Founder Donald Stout.
More: Patently-O (including NTP's first response to a rejection in the reexamination for Patent No. 5,631,946).