Judge Robinson has issued a decision on several pending motions to dismiss for lack of subject matter jurisdiction in cases filed by plaintiff Data Speed Technology LLC. The moving defendants alleged lack of standing to sue because the plaintiff had not demonstrated that it owns all rights in the patent-in-suit. Judge Robinson ultimately denied the motions, but not before indicating that the chain of ownership of the patent-in-suit was “in a muddle.” The chronology of ownership of the patent-in-suit was complicated, even including litigation over title to the application leading to the patent-in-suit, and Judge Robinson explained the chain of title in depth after pulling relevant facts from several different parties’ submissions. Ultimately, although she found the “efforts of [the inventors] to monetize their invention through [assignment to] another individual . . . [could] be charitably characterized as less than sophisticated,” for the purposes of the motions to dismiss, the chain of title had been sufficiently proven. Data Speed Tech. LLC v. EMC Corp., et al., C.A. No. 13-616-SLR, et al., Memo. at 10 (D. Del. Apr. 8, 2014).