"Securus has invested hundreds of millions of dollars in our patent portfolio over a 28-year period, and we currently have many more patents than the rest of our industry combined – and will file hundreds more in the future. Securus, like all American innovators, has a vested interest in making sure that the process for determining the validity of an issued patent complies with our Constitution and will take all legal actions necessary to insure that occurs," concluded Smith.
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