Court Denies Ecometry Infringement Suit against PCS

A copyright infringement lawsuit brought by Delray Beach, FL-based Ecometry Corp. against Uniondale, NY-based PCS Software was denied by a Florida court on June 20.

On Jan. 25, Ecometry filed the suit in the U.S. District Court in Southern Florida claiming copyright infringement with an accompanying Motion for Temporary Restraining Order, Order to Show Cause and Preliminary Injunction. Ecometry alleged that PCS engaged in copyright infringement by gaining unlawful access to Ecometry’s MACS software source code and used that source code to introduce competing software. On June 20, the court denied Ecometry’s motion.

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