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Express Mobile, Inc. Sues Leading Technology Firms for Patent Infringement

NOVATO, Calif.Sept. 2, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Express Mobile, Inc. (XMO), a pioneering leader in Web 2.0 and mobile technology, announced that it has filed nine lawsuits against some of the biggest names in e-commerce and technology for patent infringement. The defendants include Atlassian, DropBox, eBay, Expedia, FaceBook, Google, HubSpot, Microsoft and Squarespace.

XMO’s Chair and founder Steven H. Rempell began developing the patents and technology at issue in the late 1990s. 

Mr. Rempell began his career with IBM, where he co-developed the Houston Automatic Spooling Program (HASP) software system for Mobil Oil (now Exxon Mobil). He went on to cofound Beyond Words, where he invented the first Graphical Word Processing System which was licensed to IBM, Canon and IMSAI, as well as MicroPro Japan, which became the second largest microcomputer software company in Japan.

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