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IAUS Can't Get off the Tiger

International Automated Systems (Stink Sheets:IAUS) is a long running penny stock scam that morphed from claims of breakthrough technology in data transmission (the SEC nailed them for fraud on that one) to claims of breakthrough technology in biometric software, to claims of breakthrough technology in solar power,

The company, for unknown reasons, had the timerity to sue Microsoft, IBM, and other heavy hitters for patent infringement on a patent it did not hold. Perhaps they were hoping for a hassle settlement. Who knows?

Well, if you get on tiger, you better have an exit strategy. IAUS is being justifiably hit with counterclaims that reveal the depths of this scams mendacity. The latest filings in the case are presented below. They speak for themselves.

1 UPEK’S MEMORANDUM IN SUPPORT OF ITS MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT THAT THE PATENT-INSUIT IS UNENFORCEABLE DUE TO NELDON JOHNSON’S INEQUITABLE CONDUCT AND THAT THIS CASE IS EXCEPTIONAL UNDER 35 U.S.C. § 285

2 UPEK’S MOTION FOR ATTORNEY FEES AND COSTS

 3 DECLARATION OF DR. BEHNAM BAVARIAN IN SUPPORT OF UPEK’S MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT THAT THE PATENT-IN-SUIT IS UNENFORCEABLE DUE TO NELDON JOHNSON’S INEQUITABLE CONDUCT AND THAT THIS CASE IS EXCEPTIONAL UNDER 35 U.S.C. § 285

4 DECLARATION OF JEFFREY A. MILLER IN SUPPORT OF UPEK’S MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT THAT THE PATENT-IN-SUIT IS UNENFORCEABLE DUE TO NELDON JOHNSON’S INEQUITABLE CONDUCT AND THAT THIS CASE IS EXCEPTIONAL UNDER 35 U.S.C. § 285

5 EXHIBIT 2

6 EXHIBIT 5