IRobot Files a Lawsuit in Germany

Using patented technology without licensing can get a company into trouble even if it operates in a foreign country. Foreign organizations can be sued in a local court. Language barriers do not complicate matters for companies that believe their intellectual property rights have been violated. They can seek the assistance of professional translators to translate documents that strengthen their case.
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