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Seeger Weiss Sues Claiming Google Stole ‘Click to Call’ Tech From VoIP

From the American Lawyer: Last week, Seeger Weiss filed a New York State Supreme Court trade secrets and breach of contract complaint against Google on behalf of the defunct Internet telecom VoIP Inc. and its parent, WABEC. The suit claims that Google developed its “Click to Call” feature, which allows users to make Internet phone […]

February 22, 2011

From the American Lawyer:

Last week, Seeger Weiss filed a New York State Supreme Court trade secrets and breach of contract complaint against Google on behalf of the defunct Internet telecom VoIP Inc. and its parent, WABEC. The suit claims that Google developed its “Click to Call” feature, which allows users to make Internet phone calls by just clicking on a link, using misappropriated VoIP trade secrets.

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