Making Sense filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court an objection to COPSync’s motion for entry of orders approving the sale of assets free and clear. The objection asserts, “Making Sense objects to the sale because COPsync is attempting to sell software that it does not own. Making Sense is the true owner of the software. Among other things, the Making Sense Proof of Claim asserts ownership of the intellectual property rights in software that Making Sense wrote in connection with Master Services Agreement (‘MSA’) between Making Sense and COPsync.”
In addition, “According to the terms of the MSA, Making Sense owns all right, title and interest in the Work Product created, including software in object and source code, until COPsync makes full payment of all amounts owed.”
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