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T-Jat's suit groundless, says Amdocs

Published Wed, Oct 23, 2013 · 10:00 PM
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[SINGAPORE] Amdocs, a New York Stock Exchange-listed firm that had previously worked on a SingTel app, yesterday called claims brought against it by an Israeli start-up "groundless".

In July, the start-up - a 12-employee firm called T-Jat - had filed a petition against Amdocs and SingTel. The petition had contained accusations made by T-Jat against Amdocs, including copyright infringement and breach of a licensing agreement involving LoopMe, the app that Amdocs was developing for SingTel.

Responding to BT's queries yesterday, Amdocs said: "This is a groundless suit, as reflected in the arguments Amdocs presented recently in the arbitration. Amdocs did not breach the licensing agreements and certainly did not infringe T-Jat's copyrights. Amdocs is confident that T-Jat's claims will be decisively rejected, and therefore asked for an expedited hearing on these allegations."

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