April 19, 2010 - Portland, Oregon, The IntelliCAD Technology Consortium (ITC) has successfully obtained a judgment against CADopia, Inc. for approximately $100,000 in past due membership fees and legal costs, plus a court injunction prohibiting CADopia from illegally using the IntelliCAD source code and Trademarks. The IntelliCAD Technology Consortium was forced into this action due to the continued sale and promotion of CADopia software, after CADopia, Inc. was legally terminated from the ITC for nonpayment of membership fees. CADopia's membership fees fell into arrears in 2008.
CADopia's internet service provider has complied with the court order and has deactivated the CADopia web site. The ITC intends to seek payment of the approximate $100,000 judgment from CADopia by collecting from any parties with debts owing to CADopia, Inc.
The IntelliCAD Technology Consortium develops the base software used by members worldwide to create retail versions of IntelliCAD and IntelliCAD powered vertical applications. The Consortium members will continue to aggressively protect the intellectual property of the Consortium from illegal use or any illegal attempt to create derivative products from the IntelliCAD source code.
About the IntelliCAD Technology Consortium
The IntelliCAD Technology Consortium licenses the IntelliCAD technology to its commercial members, who in turn market and sell applications based on IntelliCAD to their end users. The IntelliCAD Technology Consortium is an independent organization of software developers established specifically for the development of the IntelliCAD technology. Commercial members have access to the IntelliCAD source code, documentation, developer support, and more. A list of consortium members and their products can be found at https://members.intellicad.org/members/index.php .
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