Document Security Systems' Motions Hearing in Coupons.com Case Rescheduled for Earlier Date
Document Security Systems (NYSE: DSS) announced today it has been informed by the United States District Court for the Western District of New York that the previously scheduled motions hearing in connection with the company's pending litigation matter involving Coupons.com has been moved up from October 9th, 2012 to August 16th, 2012.
In October 2011, DSS filed a law suit against Coupons.com alleging that Coupons.com misappropriated DSS trade secrets and breached confidentiality agreements with DSS. The suit involves DSS's proprietary digital copy protection technology; DSS contends that this technology has been utilized by Coupons.com on billions of internet generated coupons.
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About Document Security Systems
Document Security Systems, Inc. (DSS) develops, markets, manufactures and sells paper and plastic products designed to protect valuable information from unauthorized scanning, copying and digital imaging. DSS has developed security technologies that are applied during the normal printing process and by all printing methods, including traditional offset, gravure, flexo, digital or via the Internet on paper, plastic, or packaging. Its technologies and products are used by federal, state and local governments, law enforcement agencies and are also applied to a variety of industries as well, including financial institutions, high technology and consumer goods, entertainment and gaming, healthcare/pharmaceutical, defense and genuine parts industries.
July 13, 2012
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