My organization, Southeastern Employment Services, helps people with disabilities find employment opportunities in the state of Connecticut. Several years ago, I started receiving threatening legal letters from shell companies in Delaware that claimed we were infringing their patent for using the scan-to-email function on our copier – a common technology found on many such machines in offices around the country. I’m proud of the work that we do to give back to our state and its citizens, but as a result of these threats I thought I would have to close my doors for good.
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