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Fighting a Patent Troll - and Winning

Fighting a Patent Troll - and Winning

When software company SlickEdit Inc. was sued by a patent assertion entity (i.e. a “patent troll”) in the Eastern District of Texas, it could have settled the matter – like so many defendants before it – by writing a large check. SlickEdit decided: no. It didn’t infringe. It wasn’t going to settle. It hired Verrill Dana.

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