I understand how difficult it can be to become embroiled in a patent battle with a competitor and have seen the difficult time that can be had by a company facing false claims over technology that may not have even been patented in the past. A short time ago I saw the positive attitude the Securus Technologies brand was bringing to the battle this Dallas, Texas based security technology company is facing over security features and monitoring options the company has brought to the industry with great success to more than 1.2 million inmates, according to information I read on the Securus Technologies Website.
As Securus Technologies is looking to fight for its rights in a Texas Federal Court and with the U.S. Patent Trial and Appeals board much of the information can be difficult for a regular person such as myself to understand. Reading a press release about the issues relating to the patent issues I was struck by the fact Securus Technologies is discussing the matter in simple terms so every aspect of the issues being discussed by Global Tel Link and Securus can be easily understood.
One of the areas I was impressed by as I read the press release given by Securus Technologies was the common sense approach the CEO of the company has taken to the issues of patents; CEO Richard A. Smith has offered a number of different options to GTL in a bid to end the patent litigation he believes will cause more harm than good for his rival.