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Frankly the term patent troll has evolved to mean nothing more than this You are a patent owner who is suing me Essentially whether one is a patent troll is in the eye of the beholder If I'm on…

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When the question What is the future of BlackBerry was entered into the virtual Magic Ball the response was Don't count on it Hardly scientific only mildly amusing but as far as predictions it is certainly within the envelope…

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In the last decade a substantial market has begun to develop for contingent fee representation in patent litigation Wiley Rein a traditional general practice law firm with hundreds of attorneys practicing all areas of law represented a small company…

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Overall there will be few large paydays for small and mid-size companies against the Fortune and fewer still for those who do not engage an appropriate strategy and simply rush head first into litigation or licensing negotiations Notwithstanding cultivating…

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I wonder why we are discussing the definition of use under a at all It would seem that the Federal Circuit is potentially broadening the definition of use under a in a manner that expands direct infringement to start…

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Article One Partners announced yesterday that patents held by NTP Incorporated are the focus of three new requests for research which Article One Partners refers to as Patent Studies NTP was made famous for its litigation against BlackBerry maker…

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The reality is that the term patent troll seems to be more in the eye of the beholder than anything else So a patent troll is whoever is suing you because you must be correct and some evil wrong-doer…

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