Squarespace Dodges Part Of Website Building Patent Suit

By Tiffany Hu (August 26, 2021, 4:58 PM EDT) -- Squarespace can escape part of a patent lawsuit over website development tools after a Delaware federal judge on Wednesday found that the company did not willfully infringe or induce others to infringe one of the patents before the case was filed.

U.S. District Judge Richard G. Andrews granted Squarespace Inc.'s request to toss Express Mobile Inc.'s allegations of induced, contributory and willful infringement against it for one out of five patents.

Squarespace also tried to slip out of the direct infringement claims by arguing that the complaint did not adequately show how its website building platform met the limitations of the...

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