• Ted Knows Technology

    Ted Sabety designed this 4 processor computer chip for the Non Von Supercomputer in 1984.

  • Patents, Trademarks & Copyrights

    Sabety + associates, PLLC has procured patents and trademarks for clients around the world for software, systems and materials.

  • Intellectual Property Litigation

    Sabety +associates, PLLC has litigated intellectual property disputes involving valuable patents, trademarks and technology licenses.

  • Copyright, Content and Electronic Distribution Technologies

    Ted Sabety has extensive experience with the intersection of the entertainment industry and the Internet.

  • Information Technology Transactions

    Sabety +associates represents major media clients in their procurement of software and services from top industry vendors.



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Sabety+associates, PLLC is a law firm that understands innovative technology and electronic media businesses and the creative people that drive their success. Our law practice focuses on businesses whose primary assets are advanced technology, software, creative works and digital media. Whether patents, trademarks or copyrights, IT infrastructure or electronic content distribution, Sabety +associates has done deals, conducted litigation or procured IP registrations for clients around the world.

Clients value our inter-disciplinary and strategic approach. Ted knows technology. We’ve been there.

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The U.S. Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit, strengthens U.S. copyright protection for computer software by ruling that application program interface code (APIs) enjoyed copyright protection if there were alternative ways of expressing the same function when they were created—even if verbatim copying becomes essential for interoperability in the future. This is an important decision in the law of computer software copyright. It is expected that this will be appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court. Click to Read. Click to Read.

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