An inventor who sued FisherBroyles and its IP tech vendor in 2020 for allegedly costing him tens of millions of dollars over a mistake that caused a missed deadline on a patent application is asking the Supreme Court of Georgia to reverse a ruling that potentially left it with less than what it hoped to recover.

Inventor James Robinson is asking the state’s highest court to review the April 8 Georgia Court of Appeals ruling that affirmed the trial court’s ruling to dismiss vendor CPA Global Support Services from the case and leave FisherBroyles as the sole party that could be found liable.