Bogus Patent?

Subject: Bogus Patent?
From: "Vun Kannon, David" <dvunkannon@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 10 May 1999 10:41:35 -0400
	I solicit comment on whether or not the patent referred to below
(snipped from a recent NEON press release about another patent) could
possibly be valid.
	David vun Kannon

	> Second EAI Patent 
	> This is NEON's second broad-reaching patent in the EAI industry.
	> month, NEON acquired VIE Systems, Inc., holder of U.S. patent
	> 5,842,205 for dynamic formatting and the use of metadata to
control the
	> formatter.  NEON now has the patents to two of the most critical
	> components of EAI: rules and formatting. 

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