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Will the Defendant Please Rise (Oh boy).

(Worlds, Inc. v. Activision Blizzard, Motion for Summary Judgement - Video.)

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VirnetX (VHC) Chart.

Added to Watch List @ $6.50 on ISR 06/28/10.

(For the record, we found VirnetX (VHC) a year and a half (and at $6), before it was featured below on CNBC, at $40. Just saying..)

VirnetX + 4.50 to $30.79 on CNBC 11/20/12.

 

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CEO, ANALYST and Attorney Interviews

ICAP Patent Brokerage is now accepting submissions across all technology sectors for the Spring auction to be held March 20, 2013 at Rosewood Sand Hill in Silicon Valley.

The Ocean Tomo 300 Patent Index (OT300) is the industry’s first index based on the value of intellectual property, representing a diversified portfolio of 300 companies that own the most valuable patents relative to their book value. The Index is priced and published by the NYSE Euronext (NYSE Euronext: OTPAT).

Two related Indexes, the Ocean Tomo 300® Patent Growth Index (NYSE Euronext: OTPATG) and the Ocean Tomo 300® Patent Value Index (NYSE Euronext: OTPATV), complete the suite of Indexes.

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Story of Donald Stout's $612.5 Win Over RIMM

"Patently Absurd"

Biggest single winner was Joletta Campana, widowed second wife and former secretary of patent-holder Thomas Campana Jr., who received one-third [of the $612.5 million,] or about $200 million. Wiley, Rein & Fielding also received $200 million, a huge sum given that in 2004 the Washington, D.C. firm’s two hundred and fifty lawyers generated about $140 million in total revenue. The final $200 million was shared by Donald Stout and some colleagues at his Alexandria-based law firm.

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IPNav's Eric Spangenberg, "Once you go thug...you can’t unthug."

"Erich saved our bacon," said Steve Dodd, a patent holder with a client company called Parallel Iron. "We were more than $1 million in debt and I was getting ready to file for bankruptcy."

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