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The Imitation Game

Issued: February 28 2015

Nowadays, many non-practicing entities claim to be the inventors of their patents when they actually are not. Patent lawyers in Japan, South Korea and the United States tell Johnny Chan about the history, issues and solutions of NPEs.

 

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