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Okhrana Federal State Unitary Enterprise Sued for 143.5 Million Roubles
The developer of a security system, Alexander Borimsky, has advanced a claim against the enterprise that was under supervision of Mikhail Sukhodolsky. Alexander Borimsky, a business partner of the son of the former First Deputy Interior Minister, Mikhail Sukhodolsky, filed a lawsuit against the Okhrana FSUE worth 143.5 million roubles. Borimsky, the developer and producer of the Sokol security system, claims that the security company continues to use his technology after the termination of the contract, thus violating the copyright.