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Should never get that far
Authored by: jonathon on Sunday, August 12 2012 @ 12:04 AM EDT
Simple solution:

When the patent is nullified, the troll has to pay the licensee back at an
APR of 40% on the average daily balance of the what was paid, with
the due date being the date that the extortionist obtained the patent.

If the penalty is not paid, then all assets of all of the directors must be
seized, and liquidated, to pay the penalty. If that does not generate
enough revenue to pay the penalty, then all of the assets of all
shareholders must be seized and liquidated to pay the penalty. if that
does not generate enough revenue to pay the penalty, all of the law
firms that represented the troll in any legal matter, regardless of what
the legal business was, must collective pay the penalty that the troll
incurred. In they event that they do not come up with cash, their assets
must be seized and liquidated to pay the penalty.

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