How Newegg crushed the “shopping cart” patent and saved online retail

Aurich Lawson Anyone who visited Soverain Software’s website could be forgiven for believing it’s a real company. There are separate pages for “products,” “services,” and “solutions.”  There’s the “About Us” page. There are phone numbers and e-mail addresses for sales and tech support, even a login page for customers. It’s all a sham. Court records show Soverain hasn’t made a sale—ever. The various voice mailboxes were all set up by Katherine Wolanyck, the former Latham & Watkins attorney who is a co-founder and partial owner of Soverain. …

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How Newegg crushed the “shopping cart” patent and saved online retail

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Sunday, January 27th, 2013 Net News

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