Hot topic in 2013? Yes, that should be …ahem… patently obvious. And so, for your reference, a quick look at some of the most popular updates on patent trolls during this entire year.
Thirteen well-read in 2013 - On Patent Trolls
- Patent Troll Required to Explain “Sham Venue” and “Sham Employees” to the Jury
- [Videp] Apple Loses First ‘Big’ Case to MobileMedia, Lawyer Says
- Yet Another “Patent-Troll” Bill – Senator Leahy Introduces Patent Transparency and Improvements Act
- President Obama, Judge Rader, and Patent Trolls
- [Podcast] Why Patent Troll Lawsuits Are on the Rise and Often Against Startups
- Congress to Consider New ‘Patent Troll’ Legislation
- Will the SHIELD Act Accomplish Its Goal of Effectively Combatting Patent Trolls?
- The Latest In Patent Reform: The Innovation Act (H.R. 3309)
- "Non-Practicing Lawmakers" — The Mark-up of H.R. 3309 (Innovation Act)
- Chairman Goodlatte Introduces “Innovation Act” to Curb Abusive Patent Litigation
- Can An “Anti-Patent Troll” Be a Monopsonist or a Section 1 Conspirator?
- A Troll Backs Off
- Applying Can Openers to Real World Problems: The Failure of Economic Analysis Applied to Software Patents
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