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Worlds Inc


Founded in 1994, Worlds Inc. invented and patented technology to solve problems associated with large-scale 3D multi-user environments, known as virtual worlds.

Worlds secured an early priority date by filing a provisional application with the USPTO in Nov, 1995. Within a year, Worlds filed a non-provisional patent application, claiming the priority date of their 1995 provisional application.

Worlds has pursued additional claims associated with their invention through a series of continuing patent applications, amassing a substantial patent portfolio:

Filing Date Patent Number Issue Date
Nov 13, 1995 app 60/020,296 provisional
Nov 12, 1996 6,219,045 Apr 17, 2001
Aug 3, 2000 7,181,690 Feb 20, 2007
Nov 2, 2006 7,493,558 Feb 17, 2009
Jan 13, 2009 7,945,856 May 17, 2011
Mar 19, 2009 8,082,501 Dec 20, 2011
Mar 19, 2009 8,145,998 Mar 27, 2012
Apr 8, 2011 8,161,385 Apr 17, 2012
Apr 11, 2011 8,407,592 Mar 26, 2013
Jun 16, 2011 8,640,028 Jan 28, 2014

Their patent portfolio remains in force until Nov, 2016 (20 years from the filing date of their first non-provisional patent application).
Worlds v. Activision

On Mar 30, 2012, Worlds filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Activision. Worlds’ lawsuit seeks monetary damages as well as a permanent injunction barring the manufacture and sale of infringing devices. Additionally, the complaint accuses Activision of willfully infringing and seeks an award of exemplary damages, attorneys' fees, and related court costs.


Susman Godfrey

Susman Godfrey is representing Worlds, without fee, unless the lawsuit is successful or is favorably settled out of court.

Susman Godfrey is considered the top litigation boutique in the country.

Max Tribble, lead counsel of Susman Godfrey, is the lead counsel for Worlds.

Tribble has an extensive track record of patent infringement lawsuit wins and settlements for plaintiffs in lawsuits against large corporations, including:

Paltalk v. Microsoft

Mass Engineered Design v. Ergotron & Dell, et al

Sky Technologies v. Oracle

Sky Technologies v. IBM

November 30, 2016 
The Unites States Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) issued a ruling in Bungie, Inc (Developer Partner of Activision Blizzard) v. Worlds, Inc. validating certain key patent claims governing multiplayer interaction. 12 Claims were validated over 3 Patents.

IPR PTAB Validation on Worlds Patent 8145998 Claims 2,3,7,8, 11-18

IPR PTAB Validation on Worlds Patent 7493558 Claims 5, 7 

IPR PTAB Validation on Worlds Patent 7181690 Claims 4, 8, 13, 16 

December 5th 2016:

Worlds (WDDD) as well owns  9.3%  of Marimed (Nasdaq; MRMD)
as of the -12/31/16 financial statement.

At a great loss, WORLDS has had to sell its shares over the years in order to sustain WORLDS through the past 8 years of litigation against Activision and Bungie who were later found to have colluded against WORLDS inc.

See the AP News article below

Originally WORLDS held Millions of shares 9.3% of the company MMRD. 
This amount has been reduced to about 25% of the amount of shared originally held. 
This cost WORLDS share holders potentially millions in value

December 6th 2016

Worlds Inc. (OTC QB:WDDD) is a leading intellectual property developer and licensee of patents related to 3D online virtual worlds.

The Company has a portfolio of 9 US patents
(6,219,045; 7,181,690; 7,493,558; 7,945,856; 8,082,501; 8,145,998; 8,161,385 8,407,592& 8,640,028)

These Patents cover the technology for multi-server technology in 3D applications.
Notably Virtual Worlds.
The earliest of these patents issued on an application filed November 12, 1996.
A provisional patent application, serial number 60/020,296, was filed on November 13, 1995.

These patents are related to each other. 
These patents disclose and claim systems and methods for enabling
users to interact in a virtual space.

Worlds Inc. filed a patent infringement lawsuit against
Activision Blizzard, Inc.,
Blizzard Entertainment, Inc.
Activision Publishing, Inc.
in the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts on March 30, 2012.

Activision's World of Warcraft and Call of Duty video games have been identified
in the complaint as infringing on Worlds' patents.

Max L Tribble, lead counsel of Susman Godfrey L.L.P,
will be lead counsel for Worlds in the suit.

The Markman hearing for the patent infringement suit by Worlds Inc. against Activision Blizzard, Inc., Blizzard Entertainment, Inc. and Activision Publishing, Inc. (Activision Blizzard et al) (Nasdaq: ATVI), was held October 3, 2014.

This Markman hearing addressed various aspects of the infringement suit claims
and how the words in the 11 disputed 'constructions' in the claims should
be construed for jury consideration.

On June 26, 2015 Judge Denise Casper of the United District Court
for the District of Massachusetts ruled in favor of certain Worlds key definitions
and interpretations governing the construction claims.

Activision Blizzard the defendant in this action became “time-barred” to file an
action to challenge the Patents using the only “other” venue that has the
authority to disqualify the patents, The United States Patent Trial and Appeal Board.

December 6th 2016: 
Worlds Agreed as did Activision to put on hold the Federal Trial
This was by  mutual consent the hold pending the disposition of the
validation or denial action of the PTAB.

The Boston District Court case was on hold while BUNGIE and ACTIVISION
who had a written publishing agreement between both BUNGIE and ACTIVISION
prepared by both BUNGIE AND ACTIVISIONS attorneys, signed by both parties,
YET in front of the United States Patent TradeMark Office a FEDERAL agency
tried to convince that same said Federal agency that they both-
BUNGIE and ACTIVISION really did not know each other.

This was later found to be a lie and after almost 5 years the case brought before
the United States Patent TradeMark Office - PTAB- and the Federal Court of Appeals
Was thrown out and WORLDS was awarded back ALL of thier PATENTS and CLAIMS.

The Company's principle goal moving forward will be to continue to grow its IP portfolio. 
WORLDS seeks protection of its patents and hopes to finally be able to 
monetize through patent infringement litigation.

In addition, Worlds Inc.
intends to be active in the creation and acquisition of additional related digital media
technologies and patents that complement their current patent portfolio and that
broaden the features, versatility and reach of the technology to allow for its
utilization in the broadest possible way.

December 20th 2016
Worlds to Appeal to Federal Circuit on PTAB Rulings, Claims Marketwire  
 "Press Release"
BOSTON, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 12/20/16 -- Worlds Inc. (OTCQB: WDDD)
intends to file an appeal of recent Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) rulings to the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit regarding Worlds' seminal technology that has been fundamental to the development of massively multiplayer online role-playing gaming (MMORPG) into a $20-billion dollar industry. Worlds' current investors plan to exercise their warrants to fund the appeals and ongoing business operations.

August 25, 2017
Appellate Case #17-1481 
Bungie, Inc. files a reply to the Unites States Court Of Appeals arguing that Worlds IPR case should be upheld from the previous PTAB (Patent Trial and Appeal Board) Order. The PTAB is an Executive Branch Agency empowered by Congress under the American Invents Act- Currently under scrutiny by the Supreme Court under Oil States Energy Services LLC v. Greene’s Energy Group, LLC  Case 16-712 ). The filing  for Bungie is open as of 8/29/2017 included below:
**UPDATED** Worlds Reply Brief to Bungies Reply of the above 9/22/2017

***UPDATED** 10/23/2017 
Worlds case is partially dependent on the Wi-Fi One En Banc Appellate decision.
This decission due out anytime.

Worlds alleges that Bungie is acting in concert (privity)with Activision Blizzard
who is legally  a time barred Plaintiff for IPR purposes.

Today there is no precedent to allow the PTAB Director or Board to be challenged
with Judicial Review from the Courts. Wi-Fi one asks the courts to reverse
Achaides and allow "judicial review"

"Should this court overrule Achates Reference Publishing, Inc. v. Apple Inc.,
803 F.3d 652 (Fed. Cir. 2015) and hold that judicial review is available for a patent
owner to challenge the PTO’s determination that the petitioner satisfied the timeliness
requirement of 35 U.S.C. § 315(b) governing the filing of petitions for inter partes review?"


***UPDATED** 1/8/2018
Wi-Fi One WINS ruling on Judicial Review for the Time Bar.
Worlds can advance the argument the PTAB
erred in allowing Bungie, Inc to file as they were Time Barred.


***UPDATED 3-12-2018****

BOSTON, March 12, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Worlds Inc.’s (OTCQB:WDDD)
oral argument in its appeal of three Inter Partes Review (IPR) decisions issued in 2016
from the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office Patent Trial & Appeal Board
(USPTO PTAB), was held before U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC)
on Friday, March 9, 2018.

All three of the judges handling Worlds’ appeal, Chief Judge Prost, Judge O’Malley, and Judge Taranto,
were in the majority opinion in an earlier case, Wi-Fi One, LLC v. Broadcom Corp.,

In that case the CAFC confirmed that patent owners could appeal whether an IPR petition
was filed too late under the law and therefore had to be vacated. 

CAFC decisions usually take three to four months to issue after oral argument,
and a ruling on World’s appeal could issue by early to mid-summer of 2018.

Since Wi-Fi One’s significant, precedent-setting ruling on January 8, 2018,
Worlds’ appeal is the first case before the CAFC to seek the federal court’s
oversight of the PTAB’s handling of the time-bar question.

We are pleased with the CAFC selection of the judiciary panel which heard and will
determine the outcome of our appeal,” stated Thom Kidrin, CEO of Worlds Inc. 
“The Court allotted extra time during the oral arguments, indicating the Judges’
keen interest in the Related Party of Interest (RPI) issues pertaining to
Bungie’s relationship with Activision in our case,
and whether
Bungie’s IPR Petitions were filed too late under the law as a result of that relationship. 

Thanks to the Wi-Fi One ruling, which established the CAFC’s right to review how
the PTAB is handling RPI questions, the CAFC panel was very prepared and engaged.”

“The probing and pointed questions of the Judges indicated a firm grasp of the details
and nuances of Worlds’ case, and a desire for equity as well as a
proper application of the law in their inquiry,” added Mr. Kidrin.

The oral arguments can be heard at: 

The CAFC has the authority to vacate the PTAB ruling or remand the matter of the appealed
IPRs back to the PTAB for reconsideration with guidance from the CAFC.

Worlds was represented before the Federal Circuit by
Wayne M. Helge of Davidson, Berquist, Jackson & Gowdey, LLP,
who handled the IPRs before the PTAB, and is represented in the
federal district court litigation by Susman Godfrey L.L.P. 

More information on the lawsuit and Worlds’ patents can be found on the Worlds.com website.

APRIL-2020 - Worlds Inc.

After Years of Delay Tactics by Activision Inc and Activisions PROXY Bungie Inc
The courts agreed with WORLDS Inc, the both Activisiona and Bungie together Colluded. 

This is evidenced by the Federal Rulings of the CAFC and the
Federal Rulings ALL in WORLDS Inc's Favor, by the United States Patent and Trademark Office -  PTAB,
The case FINALLY moves back to Boston District Court and Judge Denise Casper.

The Case returns to Judge Denise Caspers Court With all 6 Patents and All Claims in play. 

Per Judge Denise Casper, - She imeadiately set the new dates for all Pretrial Information as shown below

Fact discovery resumes-----------------------------------------------------    April 21, 2020. - In Progress
Date by which counsel to meet/confer regarding estoppel issue May   5, 2020.Completed-awaiting Judges ruling
Worlds' narrowed election of asserted claims-----------------------    May   5, 2020. I have to research this filing -Anyone? Activision's 35 U.S.C. 101 motion due ---------------------------------   May 19, 2020.Completed-awaiting Judges ruling
Worlds' opposition to the 35 U.S.C. 101 motion due --------------- June 9,  2020.Completed-awaiting Judges ruling
Activision's 35 U.S.C. 101 reply brief due ------------------------------ June 23, 2020.
Hearing on Activision's 35 U.S.C. 101 motion ------------------------ July 22, 2020.
North East Investors Dinner NNJ Between ------------------------ 12-25 and 12-31-----RSVP
Close of Fact Discovery --------------------------------------------------------January 14,  2021.

Worlds' Narrowing of Asserted Claims –No more than
3 claims per patent; 15 claims maximum) -----------------------------January 21, 2021.
Activision's Narrowing of Prior Art (No more than 7 prior artreferences per patent;  
20 references total) ------------------------------------------------------------ February 2, 2021.
 Status conference ------------------------------------------------------------ -February 8, 2021.
Opening expert reports --------------------------------------------------------February 18, 2021.
Rebuttal expert reports ------------------------------------------------------- March 25, 2021.
Close of Expert Discovery --------------------------------------------------- April   15, 2021.
Dispositive motions - can address estoppel issue If still
disputed-Daubert motions due  ----------------------------------- ------  May  13, 2021.
Opposition to Dispositive motions/Daubert motions due ------- June  10, 2021.
Reply briefs in support of Dispositive motions and the 
Daubert motions due ----------------------------------------------------------June  24, 2021.
Hearing on dispositive motions/Daubert hearing  -------------------July - Aug  2021 Approx
Final Election deadlines and FPTC -------------------------------------July - Aug 2021 Approx

As to briefing for various motions noted above, the page
limitation for opening briefs and opposition (except for Daubert
motions) shall be 20 pages and reply briefs shall be 10 pages.
As to Daubert motions, the page limitation for opening briefs and
opposition shall be 10 pages and reply briefs shall be 5 pages
Given that there will be oral argument,
The Court does not anticipate allowing reply briefs.     

Court TBD Sept  to November 2021
Unless there is a settlement - depending on the continued forward momentum
Worlds has been favored with such as our wins in the
USPTO, Win with 6 claims
Court of Appeals Win All 56 claims returned
USPTO Win ALL 56 Claims returned
ON THE 101 AND ESTOPPLE ISSUES - These are the 100% driving factors in process.



The Above Time line does not take into consideration the other Infringment case such as Linden Labs aka Second Life.  There is a time line for that case as well which is proceeding per the Judges Orders,
             See case information here                 

Sep 20, 2019
COMPLAINT for PATENT INFRINGEMENT filed with Jury Demand against Linden Research, Inc. -
Magistrate Consent Notice to Pltf. ( Filing fee $ 400, receipt number 0311-2736429.) - filed by Worlds Inc.
(Attachments: # 1 Exhibit A-K, # 2 Civil Cover Sheet)(nmg) (Entered: 09/23/2019)

Joinder of Parties due by -------------------------------------------------------------------------9/29/2020.In Progress
Amended Pleadings due by--------------------------------------------------------------------- 9/29/2020.
Fact Discovery completed by -------------------------------------------------------------------4/02/2021.
Opening Expert Reports due by ---------------------------------------------------------------4/30/2021.
Rebuttal Expert Reports due by ---------------------------------------------------------------5/31/2021.
Reply Expert Reports due by -------------------------------------------------------------------6/28/2021.
Expert Discovery due by------------------------------------------------------------------------- 7/23/2021.
Dispositive Motions due by ----------------------------------------------------------------------8/27/2021.
Claim Construction Opening Brief served by --------------------------------------------- 8/14/2020.
Claim Construction Answering Brief served by--------------------------------------------9/14/2020.
Claim Construction Reply Brief served by --------------------------------------------------9/28/2020.
Claim Construction Surreply Brief served by ---------------------------------------------10/12/2020.
Joint Claim Construction Brief filed by ------------------------------------------------------10/19/2020.
A Markman Hearing is set for 11/13/2020 at 10:00 AM
before Judge Maryellen Noreika.
A Pretrial Conference is set for ----------------------------------------------------------------1/24/2022
at 04:30 PM in Courtroom 4A before Judge Maryellen Noreika.

A 5-day Jury Trial is set for -------------------------------------------------------------1/31/2022 at 09:30 AM
in Courtroom 4A before Judge Maryellen Noreika.

Patent / Claims Infringment Case.
2016 - TBD     
In Progress
As well as the two above current infringment cases before the two
District Courts there also remains
the MAJOR issue of Worlds V Bungie.

Worlds has yet to officially file against Bungie Inc after Bungie lost at ALL levels of the Legal System,
the loses before the USPTO - PTAB, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) and after
the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit the return back to the
USPTO- PTAB on remand from the CAFC-
One can only believe that a settlement or filing is on the 60 day horizon.

Though the Bungie Inc IPR at the time was a timeline setback for Worlds Inc,
it turned out legally to have provided  a 100% verification from the USPTO - PTAB and the
Court of Appeals Federal Circuit that the Patents
WERE and ARE now infact enforceable through the legal system against Both Infringers.

This was a major WIN for Worlds Inc and its stock holders. 
Worlds now due to the United States Patent and TradeMark Office (PTAB) rulings
which were directed AGAINST BOTH Bungie and Activision after being shown that both
companies colluded to try to silence and put WORLDS Inc out of business. 

WORLDS Inc's  Patents and Claims have been technologically infrindged upon for perhaps over 20 years.
WORLD's Inc's  9 Patents have been used, taken, all for profit ALL without paying even the smallest of licensing fees for thier use is what is the issuebefore the court and its Jurors. 

Some numbers have been unofficialy tallied at over 300 billion dollars or more of profit
has been made by only the top 6 on-line game manufactures / infringers all without
paying a royalty fee as low as even 1% for licensing.

ACTIVISION itself has made in the last 15- 20 years during its mergers and consolidations
time all whilst using the technology in the Patents and Claims legally held by WORLDS inc
has made an estimate 100 billion dollars or more.  

Royalty fees  in the ON-LINE gaming industry average is 1% to 5%
Even a 1% royalty fee,would amount to $1 Billion Dollars -
Without damages, or fees.
Intellectual property theft of Patents and the Claims protected by these Patents
is now found to be not just stolen by overseas companies that are 100% chinese. 

Stealing from small local companies without paying a licence fee now seems to
be what some american companies that have Chinese partenrs are doing,

Both Bungie and Activision have significant Chinese partner investments
and perhaps it just is the way things are done overseas, we will take your
patents and claims, we will use them, until you catch us and then maybe if
you have enough money to sue us, then maybe someone will make us pay
you for the use of your patents.

Sometimes Patent / Claims theft simply happens when an extremely large
100 Billions dollar ON-LINE game company just simply TAKES
what it wants, takes, advantage of smaller underfunded local companies
and this is why
the Court System exists in our country.
It allows to a small local company to get a chance talk plainly
to a jury and ask for ONLY what is just.

Special Note:  
You may be a new investor or someone just doing some background below hopefully will answer your questions
Some may ask why a filing could sometimes take many years before actually being filed against an infringer
The answer is much simplier than you might imagine.  Patent cases are vastly expensive.

You simply cannot be a small local company in Boston with your Patents and claims being used by companies making Billions of dollars and just sue them in court. 

Currently one of the countrys best patent lawfirms agreed to take our case after doing
their due dilligence for over 9 months. 

Even with this extremely Powerful lawfirm on our side Activision and thier
5% Chinese partner Tencent
Bungie and thier 10% Chinese partner NETEASE
has dragged WORLDS inc for almost 8 years through the court system. 

Costing WORLDS its cash reserves, making WORLDS take on Toxic funding and
diluting shareholders value by 80%
It takes alot of money and a lot of time to seek justice against 100 billion dollar companies.

You have to either borrow the money to hire a law firm or have to find a special law firm
that take sometimes almost a year to consider how valid your patents are and then accept
to take your case on a contingency basis.

The powerful attorneys needed do not come cheap, they do not donate
their time on this type of patent case.

No, the Attorneys is they accept a case like WORLDS as much as .40 cents of every dollar,
yes up to 40% of any amount awarded goes to the attorneys and not the company that was damaged.

Fighting giant 100 Billion dollar companies like: 
 ACTIVISION and thier Chinese 100 Billion dollar partner TENCENT,
BUNGIE and their Chinese 100 Billion dollar partner NETEASE
and Huge PRIVATELY held LINDEN LABS - AKA Second Life
it is not,  has not,  will not be easy.

Activisions Has made money on the improper use of WORLDS Incs Patents
making, distributing games such as  
World of Warcraft
®, StarCraft®, Diablo®, Hearthstone®, Heroes of the Storm™, Overwatch™, Call of Duty®, Skylanders®, Candy Crush Saga®, Candy Crush Soda Saga™, Candy Crush Jelly Saga, Farm Heroes Saga®, Pet Rescue®, Bubble Witch®

Multi Billion dollar Bungie Inc and its 10% Chinese partner Multi Billion dollar NET-EASE of China
making and distributing games such as Destiny, Destiny 2

Privately Held Billion Dollar Linden Labs aka Second Life

WORLDS Inc and its Shareholders only want the truth to come out and want a fair day
in court and a fair small amount for licensing due for the last 10 to 20 years.

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#39689   That's my thought Stark. Far more likely that tradetrak 11/28/20 01:25:27 PM
#39688   I'm wondering if the Markman ruling in the stark12 11/28/20 12:49:43 PM
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#39686   The Linden case will follow the same general cadillacdave 11/28/20 11:25:42 AM
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#39680   No problem. Pretty well weighted to our constructions tradetrak 11/27/20 07:58:38 PM
#39679   Thank you. BrownCornSnake 11/27/20 06:51:25 PM
#39678   Apologies! I see the post now with the stark12 11/27/20 06:44:00 PM
#39677   The subpoenas are part of the Discovery, which cadillacdave 11/27/20 06:08:01 PM
#39676   I'm a little confused by your post. The stark12 11/27/20 06:04:49 PM
#39675   It's never a good thing when politics influence cadillacdave 11/27/20 05:44:43 PM
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#39673   Nice work on finding the Linden Markman info tradetrak 11/27/20 05:17:47 PM
#39672   Is filing these subpoenas an indication that we BrownCornSnake 11/27/20 05:14:40 PM
#39671   Like I have said before I hate the Patience to success 11/27/20 04:40:56 PM
#39670   My biggest concern is politics get involved to Patience to success 11/27/20 04:25:28 PM
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#39666   People are a bit sensitive when it comes cadillacdave 11/27/20 02:57:04 PM
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#39660   Up just about 24% on volume over 624K shares. stark12 11/27/20 01:02:53 PM
#39659   "As of May 2019, the series has sold stark12 11/27/20 12:59:23 PM
#39658   Looks to me as though they are digging stark12 11/27/20 12:56:32 PM
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#39655   Worlds Pacer document posted 11/25 - Savy Investors 11/27/20 12:38:40 PM
#39654   Wow sorry folks when I ran my Query myunderstanding 11/27/20 12:35:12 PM
#39652   From Pacer filed 11/25 Savy Investors 11/27/20 12:24:32 PM
#39648   What if msft made a settlement offer though op1 11/27/20 12:06:53 PM
#39647   Waiting on the Court's ruling on 101. Discovery cadillacdave 11/27/20 12:06:35 PM
#39646   Thanks myunderstanding....now we know where we are...how soon 1hb 11/27/20 11:46:55 AM
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#39644   Checked all pacers for all 3 lawsuits only myunderstanding 11/27/20 11:32:22 AM
#39642   I think the day after Thanksgiving is usually stark12 11/27/20 11:23:35 AM
#39641   Do you guys really think that after getting Nindependent 11/27/20 11:21:06 AM
#39640   Pacer from the Markman Hearing myunderstanding 11/27/20 11:20:30 AM
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