NetDocket’s Release Offer to Computer Packages Inc.'s Customers

Switch Your Renewal Processing to NetDocket for a Complete Release Under the WhitServe Patents

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Stamford, CT (PRWEB) August 30, 2012

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit recently affirmed that Computer Packages Inc.’s (“CPi”) Desktop EARS, Hosted EARS, TERMS, CPi Online and PMS products (“CPi Products”) willfully infringe four valid U.S. Patents owned by WhitServe LLC. WhitServe LLC v. Computer Packages, Inc., No. 2011-1206 (Fed. Cir. Aug. 20, 2012).

NetDocket has licensed and incorporated WhitServe’s patented technology into its web-based patent annuity and trademark renewal payment system. As a WhitServe subsidiary, NetDocket is able to offer CPi customers a complete release under the WhitServe patents in exchange for a contract with NetDocket to provide IP renewal services. As an added incentive, NetDocket is prepared to beat the price CPi currently charges for renewals.

NetDocket is an elegant and user-friendly system, which provides its customers secure access to their intellectual property data 24/7. NetDocket's online offering is unique because it can be private labeled for use by corporations and law firms. Get the convenience of secure, 24/7 portfolio management, and significantly enhance client services – all without the costly investment of developing and maintaining software, hardware and skilled staff.

If you would like to learn more about NetDocket, please contact us at 203-517-7098 or info(at)netdocket(dot)com for a WebEx demonstration.


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