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Authored by: Anonymous on Wednesday, August 15 2012 @ 10:11 AM EDT

Which is exactly why I said:

Whether or not that brief will be even glanced at is another question.
I did speak very broadly. Giving a single example of what the plaintiff/defendant would want to prove for their respective side of the cases that spoke directly to the concern the OP (original post) raised. That, of course, does not mean they don't have other things to prove such as (and only a small part of the whole picture) the plaintiff proving their patents were infringed, while the defendant would want to prove the patents aren't even valid.

As a result, I am curious what P.J. read into what I authored that she found so wrong.

So I wait patiently till she gets back to what little I wrote :)

RAS

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To be clear from my perspective
Authored by: Anonymous on Wednesday, August 15 2012 @ 12:10 PM EDT

If the OP wants a more detailed question answered then:

    Is there a way?
With a general answer of:
    Yes - here's an example that may or may not work for you given your particular situation!
then my best humble, non-legal answer is:
    First, you should speak to a good general Lawyer to examine the situation and identify all the areas of Law that the situation touches on.
    Second, you should find a good Lawyer with both knowledge and experience in the areas of Law that your situation requires.
    Third, in my very very humble opinion, you should keep in mind what you hope to gain out of the Lawsuit/Filings relative to what you're going to spend on the Lawsuit/Filings, what you're likely to gain, what you could loose, what the principle (is it a fight against slavery?) is, and whether or not all those factors added together means you should even begin to fight the battle or pick another battle another day.
That's my "more detailed" response to "more detailed" points on the subject :)

You know... in that last part of the sentence

whether you should even begin to fight the battle or pick another battle another day
there's some wisdom in there somewhere. Maybe someday I'll get wise enough to recognize it.

RAS

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