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rougie
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Re: How far can infringment go?
« Reply #5 on: Dec 6th, 2007, 10:31pm »
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And another reply that I got from the same question in another IP chat site. Here's what one gentlemen had to say about complex infringments:
 
"I tend to agree with you. I think they want to bully you away. Just like an insurance company that needs to hire an expert in his or her field of expertise  to interpret to a court what the hell is going on, a patent attorney would have  to hire an engineer. And that's still no guarantee the engineer would have any  idea what the hell is going on because any design of a circuit can be  
proprietary in design and only the designer would know what that circuit can actually do or, why it is the way it is. What you need is an attorney that has  been down this road before with someone else."
 
The idea is simple, we inventors want an infringment issue to be resolved as quick as possible WITHOUT SPENDING ENOURMOUS AMOUNTS IN LITIGATION FEES!
 
I would like to hear from other *inventors* about this subject, what were your experiences!!!!
 
I feel that replies from IP lawyers are biased in the sense that their resolutions revolve around the tendencies of promoting  spending money on lawyers.
 
With regards Robert
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