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Where else to find comprehensive coverage of all these lawsuits? | 81 comments | Create New Account
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Where else to find comprehensive coverage of all these lawsuits?
Authored by: PJ on Friday, January 04 2013 @ 10:46 PM EST
You need to read News Picks too, where I
regularly comment. It's the most popular
RSS feed on IP/IT in the world.

And there you will learn that there is no
ban on injunctions. There are steps to be
followed before an injunction can be
sought.

Also the EU thing with Samsung may or may
not mean anything. So far it means an investigation,
and as you just saw with Google, it might end up
in nothing but showing that Microsoft causes a
lot of investigations by lodging unreliable
complaints against its competitors.

Sometimes I leave an article up for more than one
day on purpose because I consider it more important
than anything else I could write about. That is
my editorial function. And here's a clue for you:
you need to read our comments policy. Being
rude is out of the norm here, and I do expect
you to improve.

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