EMR’s Zen Mediation – 

June 14, 2019 – A federal judge has denied a Miami Electronic Health Records (EHR) developer’s request to withdraw the federal claims it filed against the owners of several Florida companies alleged to have copied its software design, stating it would be a “disservice” to the defendants in the case and “destroy subject matter jurisdiction.” According to the May 29 U.S. District Court Southern District of Florida filing, plaintiff Kipu Systems LLC filed a motion to amend its complaint and withdraw its federal claims against defendants ZenCharts LLC and others in a case involving a dispute over a cloud-based EMR program designed specifically for addiction and treatment facilities. 

Kipu, a Miami company that developed the cloud-based Electronic Medical Records (EMR) program filed suit against the defendants in December 2017 alleging four federal violations among counts that include misappropriation of trade secrets under the Defend Trade Secrets Act, trademark counterfeiting, trademark infringement and unfair competition, according to the court filing. 

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