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April 16, 2010


Air Jordans

Thank you for all the great posts from last year! I look forward to reading your blog, because they are always full of information that I can put to use. Thank you again, and God bless you in future.


Patent Litigation isn't a domestic industry...and the Eastern District of Texas isn't a Federal Court??

Ronald J Riley

Invention is a domestic industry and if foreign or domestic patent pirating companies are allowed to misappropriate inventions in their infancy it is inevitable that the business which the inventions would span will be stillborn.

Most certainly systematic theft of small entity inventions is a huge industry which kills job creation in America.

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Joseph Marchelewski

I don't see how anyone can be confused as to the difference between actually manufacturing a product and simply suing people for infringement of a product you don't produce.

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