MotionPoint Corporation provides Website translation and globalization services in the United States and internationally. The company’s technology enables to add various languages to Websites, including Spanish, Chinese, German, Canadian French, Italian, Russian, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Haitian Creole, Arabic, Dutch, Czech, Polish, Swedish, Portuguese, French, and English. Its technology also enables to translate and localize client’s Websites, drive traffic to those sites, and optimize user experiences in target markets, as well as provides currency conversion and international fulfillment solutions. The company serves government and non-profit, banking and insurance, consumer product...
4661 Johnson Road
Lyons Technology Center
Coconut Creek, FL 33073
Founded in 2000
Motionpoint Wins Round of Patent Battle Against Transperfect/Translations.Com
Jul 23 15
In a major win for MotionPoint, a three-judge panel convened by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office ruled on July 15 that the claims of a TransPerfect patent are unpatentable because they lack the required written description. The decision that all claims of United States Patent No. 6,857,022 are unpatentable is the most recent in a legal dispute that began in 2009 when TransPerfect/Translations.com sued MotionPoint in an attempt to invalidate several patents issued to MotionPoint by the USPTO. After initiating the suit, TransPerfect/Translations.com purchased United States Patent No. 6,857,022 and subsequently asserted it against MotionPoint alleging infringement.
TransPerfect Wins Permanent Injunction Against MotionPoint Corporation in Federal Court
Nov 17 14
A U.S. Federal Court judge entered final judgment in favor of TransPerfect relating to its technology that enables faster and more efficient translation of websites. Consistent with the jury verdict issued last summer after a three-week trial in U.S. District Court for Northern California, the court upheld the validity of TransPerfect's patent on the technology in question, and ruled that MotionPoint, a competitor, infringes that patent. The judge further confirmed the jury's finding that the three patents asserted by MotionPoint against TransPerfect are all invalid, and that even if those patents were valid, TransPerfect does not infringe them. The court also entered a permanent injunction against MotionPoint and those acting in concert with them. Citing the length of time elapsed since the initial verdict, the judge gave MotionPoint 14 days--until November 26--to comply with its order to cease infringement of TransPerfect's patent. In addition to damages and royalties awarded in the initial verdict, MotionPoint was also ordered to pay TransPerfect a royalty of 4% of its revenues earned by using TransPerfect's technology post-verdict and until the injunction takes effect.