EZShield, a leading provider of identity management solutions, today announced it has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Harland Clarke, wholly owned by M&F Worldwide Corp., in the United States District Court for the District of Maryland, Northern Division. The company is seeking monetary damages against Harland Clarke for its infringement of EZShield's patent in its Check Fraud Protection Program.
“Harland Clarke knowingly infringed EZShield's long standing intellectual property,” said Dale Dabbs, CEO of EZShield. “While fair competition in the marketplace is part of doing business, we are disappointed that Harland Clarke, a longtime EZShield partner, ignored EZShield's rights and copied its Check Fraud Protection Program. This lawsuit seeks appropriate remedies for Harland Clarke's infringement.”
EZShield provides identity management solutions to consumers and small businesses through its network of strategic partners. EZShield delivers a full spectrum of identity management services, including data breach preparedness and response, internet and credit monitoring, protection from check and mail fraud, and identity restoration. This full-range of security functionality, offered on a flexible platform and backed by best-in-class service, enables EZShield partners to quickly and efficiently bring to market an integrated solution that is tailored to the unique needs of its customers. For more information, please visit www.ezshield.com.
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