Encyclopaedia Britannica is suing Dickstein Shapiro for more than $250 million, claiming that the firm botched a patent application.

The suit, filed Thursday in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, alleges that Dickstein Shapiro mishandled several technology patents, leading the encyclopedia maker to lose a patent infringement suit it brought against several GPS manufacturers in 2007.

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