Thomson Reuters Responds to ROSS, Saying Its Motion Never Denied it Stole Content

Earlier today, I reported on the motion to dismiss filed by ROSS Intelligence in a lawsuit filed against it by Thomson Reuters. Now, a TR spokesperson has issued a statement in response to the motion.
Here is the statement:
“Nowhere does ROSS deny that it surreptitiously stole content from Westlaw. It did this without our consent to build its competing product. The stolen content included far more than just caselaw: It was the highly creative and original copyrighted work of Westlaw’s thousands of attorney-editors, which includes our proprietary commentary, analysis, and organizational system. ROSS’ persistence to gain access to Westlaw, even after being explicitly denied access, shows that ROSS was not simply after judicial opinions – as there are countless other ways to get them – but rather our valuable, copyrighted editorial additions.”


Original URL: https://www.lawsitesblog.com/2020/07/thomson-reuters-responds-to-ross-saying-its-motion-never-denied-it-stole-content.html

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