Common Sense Approach Pays Off For Securus Technologies

The area of patent law is always one of the most difficult to navigate for companies no matter which side of a case a company is on; I have recently been watching a case closely taking place between Securus Technologies and Global Tel Link that is pushing the limits of patent law as far as it can go. I believe the chance to enjoy a successful future is something Securus Technologies CEO Richard A. Smith is looking to assist in bringing the case to a close in a bid to save the time, effort, and money this will cause both companies.

 

As part of the case I read about through a PR Newswire press release Securus technologies has been looking to put right a number of inaccurate statements made by GTL; despite this the Securus technologies CEO has offered his rival in the inmate communications industry a way out of the case without continuing court action that will drag on into 2017. Smith has already explained how Securus technologies has always taken a positive approach to what it sees as possible infractions of patent law, and often comes to a positive conclusion such as a licensing agreement with those who infringe on the patents of the company.

 

I was impressed with the way the company who I read received accreditation from the Better Business Bureau has looked to keep a conversational and accommodating tone in its dealings with GTL. Richard A. Smith has looked to develop a positive relationship with GTL by offering a technology challenge using both versions of inmate video communications in a bid to bring this difficult period for both companies to a close.