VANCOUVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)--WordLogic Corporation (OTCBB:WLGC), a leading-edge developer and licenser of advanced multilingual predictive text input software, announced today that the Company has chosen Dan Skerritt of Tonkon Torp LLP, a Portland-based firm, to lead its legal team in the enforcement of the Company’s patents.
Mr. Skerritt is widely recognized for trial excellence during his past 35 years of practice. Dan has achieved some of Oregon’s largest awards and settlements including $2.25 billion Oregon state settlement against Phillip Morris.
“We have worked with Mr. Skerritt in the past, primarily in our dispute with Hewlett Packard, and we were very pleased with the way he handled the case and the results,” commented Frank Evanshen, WordLogic's President and CEO. “Our retainer agreement is structured in a way such as not to be financially burdensome to the Company.”
About WordLogic Corporation
WordLogic Corporation is a technology company that delivers predictive interface solutions for computing devices ranging from small hand-held devices such as PDAs to laptops and tablet PCs to conventional desktop computers. Incorporated in the United States, the company’s research, testing and marketing facilities are located in Canada.
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