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A New Wrinkle in the Patent Troll Wars

, Corporate Counsel


One nonpracticing entity is suing software end users rather than producers, seeking to elude big guns like Microsoft.

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    The $29 Billion and $80 Billion numbers you cite at the beginning have been discredited, and this is not really a new tactic. It has been going on for a few years now. See Innovatio and MPHJ cases.

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