DENVER, CO--(Marketwired - Oct 28, 2013) - Subsentio, the first name in lawful intercept, has retained Merchant & Gould, a national leader in intellectual property law, to safeguard exclusive technologies designed and deployed by Subsentio.
Subsentio has a patent pending for its Safe Harbor Probe™, a device used by communications service providers to meet compliance requirements of the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA). For patent and intellectual property matters, Subsentio is represented by the intellectual property law firm of Merchant & Gould. Merchant & Gould was selected by Subsentio for its extensive expertise in telecommunications and electronics technologies and deep knowledge of both patent litigation and patent prosecution.
"Subsentio today is the pre-eminent provider of lawful intercept technologies, legal expertise and law enforcement experience," said Steve Bock, Subsentio President. "Our unique Safe Harbor Probe™ technology is a vital asset that serves the needs of diverse communications companies and law enforcement agencies, while protecting the privacy rights of citizens."
Subsentio, Inc. www.subsentio.com is trusted by communications service providers and law enforcement agencies to perform court ordered lawful electronic surveillance. Based in Centennial, CO, the company has national, regional and rural service provider clients.
About Merchant & Gould
A national leader in intellectual property law, Merchant & Gould has more than 100 attorneys in offices in Atlanta, Denver, Knoxville, Tenn., Madison, Wis., Minneapolis, New York, Seattle and Washington. Founded nearly 115 years ago as a family-owned law firm in Minneapolis, the firm is now one of the largest law firms in the United States, representing the worldwide intellectual property interests of clients in diverse industries and technologies.