Re: Re: Re: Music Copyright by Mail rumor
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Posted by M. Arthur Auslander on January 02, 2001 at 06:41:20:
In Reply to: Re: Re: Music Copyright by Mail rumor posted by Aaron Smith on December 29, 2000 at 23:54:51:
: Auslander & Thomas-Intellectual Property Law Since 1909..............!!!!!!!!!!!!
: OK - I come to a public message board to find some information (information is what made the internet famous) and all I get is advertising from YOU!! I applaud your attempt to bring in any business that you can, but give it a rest already (every single thread!).
: "If law were as simple as reading a document or filling out a form, there wouldn't be any lawyers" - wouldn't that be great, no lawyers... I think that, while you are using the internet to scam more business, it's free information has people like lawyers deathly afraid.... imagine being able to log on, ask a question and get an answer - and HONEST one to!!! Besides - didn't you go to school and study books and case studies (simply reading documents of filling out forms) to become a lawyer? - It is that easy and I'm tired of your one liners.
: Is your lawfirm about to go out of business or what, sheesh.
Dear Aaron Smith,
What is your gripe? Do you think the world owes you a free living?
What is this scam stuff? If you think I'm making money doing this you are wrong. I've not gotten enough fees from new clients by answering these questions to pay my secretary for a week.
There is out there $100M+ a year scam going on getting people to file patent applications. One in 10K make more than they pay.
Even using a legitimate patent lawyer is no guarantee that you are going to get any patent of value.
Pull an electric plug out of the wall. If its got two blades of equal width one with a fat end and one with a pinched end. The patent on that has my name on it as attorney and the device was featured on the Patent an Trademark Office Commemorative poster for the 200th Anniversary of the Patent Statute.
What have you done for others or your country?
M. Arthur Auslander
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