SmartMetric Claims $13.4 Billion in Patent Infringement Lawsuit Brought Against
Visa and MasterCard
Largest Patent Claim in USA History
BAY HARBOR, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 05/07/13 -- SmartMetric, Inc.
(OTCQB: SMME) -- The President and CEO of SmartMetric, Inc., Ms.
Chaya Hendrick said this morning, SmartMetric's Patent infringement
litigation against Visa and MasterCard based on its issued "464"
patent that covers data cards (smart cards) is claiming $13.4 Billion
collectively from Visa and MasterCard in damages and paid up
After a number of years before the court, two Markmen hearings and a
successful appeal to the United States Federal Appeals Court in
Washington DC, Ms. Chaya Hendrick said today that the company is
looking forward to having its case heard before a trial by jury on
September 9th, 2013.
For further information on SmartMetric and its technology please go
to its website, www.smartmetric.com.
About SmartMetric, Inc.
SmartMetric, Inc. has developed a portable
biometric identity and transaction card capable of storing a wide
variety of personal information while protecting you against identity
theft and fraud. It is one of the most advanced portable identity
authentication solutions in the world today. The card contains a
biometric fingerprint scanner and reader which only you can unlock
and is smaller and thinner than a credit card. The SmartMetric card
is ideal for a wide range of consumers, including Personal,
Government and Corporate. For more information please visit us at
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Ms. Chaya C. Hendrick
President & CEO
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