SimpleAir Announces Successful Completion of Patent Reexaminations

Patentability Confirmed with No Amendments to Any Claims

PLANO, Texas–SimpleAir, Inc. today announced that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has issued Reexamination Certificates confirming the patentability of all reexamined claims of U.S. Patent Numbers 7,035,914 (‘914 patent) and 6,021,433 (‘433 patent). The Reexamination Certificates for the ‘914 and ‘433 patents were issued, respectively, on February 8, 2013 and March 11, 2013. As both certificates state, “No amendments have been made to the patent.”

“No amendments have been made to the patent.”

The ‘914 and ‘433 patents are part of a portfolio of SimpleAir patents and patent applications in the wireless content delivery, mobile application, and push notification market spaces. The reexamined patents were asserted in SimpleAir’s prior litigation against Apple, Inc. and Research in Motion (RIM), SimpleAir v. AWS Convergence et al., case 09-cv-289 (MHS) (E.D. Tex.). RIM initiated the reexamination proceedings. The ‘914 and ‘433 patents are currently being asserted against Microsoft, Google and others in SimpleAir v. Microsoft Corporation et al., case 11-cv-416 (JRG) (E.D. Tex.).

SimpleAir is an inventor-owned technology licensing company located in Plano, Texas. SimpleAir is represented by Jeff Eichmann and Greg Dovel of Dovel & Luner and by Elizabeth DeRieux, Calvin Capshaw, and Jeff Rambin of Capshaw DeRieux.

The Reexamination proceedings were handled by Steve Sereboff and Mark Goldstein of the Westlake Village-based law firm of SoCal IP Law Group and by Dovel & Luner. 


SoCal IP Law Group
Steve Sereboff, (805) 230-1350