B2B CFO ANNOUNCES FIRST VICTORY IN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY SUIT

B2B CFO ANNOUNCES FIRST VICTORY IN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY SUIT

B2B CFO ANNOUNCES FIRST VICTORY IN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY SUIT Plagued by Multiple Cases of Theft of Intellectual Property, B2B CFO Makes Very Clear Statement with Recent Court Ruling         Phoenix, Ariz., February 2011  —  In 2009, Jerry L. Mills founder of B2B CFO, nation’s largest provider of CFO services to small businesses, realized that his company had fallen victim to intellectual property theft.   “We were alerted to the fact that our website copy was being used verbatim by other companies,” said Jerry L. Mills, founder and CEO.   Upon examining the situation, Mills discovered that the website copy theft was only the tip of the iceberg.   B2B CFO’s fast growth and success made the company an easy target for unethical competitors.  The company quickly discovered nearly 55 cases of theft of intellectual property ranging from plagiarism to infringements on company’s proprietary training materials, manuals and even the company’s trademarked name.  In response to these disturbing findings, B2B CFO quickly assembled a response team comprised of company Partners to monitor and take necessary legal action against all found offenders.  But nothing could prepare the company for what they discovered next.   Among the searches, the response team found that a former B2B CFO partner, who had been asked to leave the firm for breach of contract, had been using proprietary materials and manuals in his newly formed venture.   “This was a truly disturbing discovery,” said Mills. “I knew that we would have to fight the legal battle to protect our intellectual property and to make a very strong statement about the fact that we do not let others steal...