1
Thomas Cahill, Steven Chabra, Vincent Clowney, John Cowan, Thomas Fitzgerald, Louis Fuertes, Lloyd O&apos Connor, Randy Schafer, Richard Q Schmidt, Fred Slavin, Leonid Vayner, Christopher P Westerman, Janet Wynn, Wil Velarde: Push banking system and method. The Chase Manhattan Bank, Ostrolenk Faber Gerb & Soffen, March 18, 2003: US06535855 (244 worldwide citation)

A software/hardware system which provides immediate, on-going interaction between an institution and its customers. The system communicates with customers/subscribers over numerous, different communication channels and actively screens market conditions for situations that could potentially impact i ...


2
Fred Slavin, Randy J Schafer: Toll collection system. The Chase Manhattan Bank, Ostrolenk Faber Gerb & Soffen, October 6, 1998: US05819234 (243 worldwide citation)

An automatic toll collection system comprises and operates in conjunction with transponders which are provided for sale to the public in sealed packages and which are pre-approved for a predetermined amount of prepaid toll credit. When the transponders are purchased, they can be installed in any veh ...


3
Fred Slavin, Eric Baltuch, Margaret Wren, Dennis Gniewosz, James P Pretlow III, Freddy J Marin: Automated statement presentation, adjustment and payment system and method therefor. JPMorgan Chase Bank N A, Hunton & Williams, September 28, 2010: US07805365 (24 worldwide citation)

A system and method are provided which accept orders from customers located at distributed locations, manages the ordering process by presenting a consolidated invoice to the seller, allows the seller to indicate which items are being paid along with a reason code for items for which payment is bein ...


4
Michael Trenk, Judah E Kaplan, Steven Cohen, James E Lewis, Fred Slavin, Stephan V Donelian: Method and system for securitizing a future obligation to purchase goods or services. Ostrolenk Faber Gerb & Soffen, July 18, 2002: US20020095361-A1

A company with underperforming assets sells these assets to a trading house in exchange for value and a promise to make future purchases from the trading house. The value is provided by a financial institution. A portion of the money received by the trading house from the future purchases is given t ...