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Intellectual Property – Copyright Infringement – Venue – Florida Lawsuit (access required)

A Virginia-based company that developed software for video transmission over the Internet, and had a contract with defendant Internet Technology Broadcasting Corporation, a Delaware company with its principal place of business in Florida, to develop software for the Department of Veterans Affairs, can keep its lawsuit for copyright infringement in Virginia, as an Alexandria U.S. ...

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