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December 23, 2004

Claredi sues SeeBeyond

Claredi Corp is taking application integration software vendor SeeBeyond Technology Corp to court alleging, among other things, trademark infringements, breach of agreement, unfair competition, and wrongful conversion of intellectual property.

By CBR Staff Writer

Salt Lake City, Utah-based Claredi said it first started legal proceedings in September.

Claredi provides so called transaction validation and testing tools and services for over 1,200 US healthcare organizations.

The federal government deems Claredi’s certification as evidence of HIPPA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability) compliance.

In August 2002, Monrovia, California-based SeeBeyond announced that its transaction sets were certified as HIPAA compliant. The certification was granted by Claredi.

Claredi filed the suit in a federal district court in Missouri.

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