Patent Litigation Study Shows Rise in Suits, Awards

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The number of patent suits filed in district courts continued to rise in 2013 and has more than doubled in the past five years, according to the patent litigation year in review by Lex Machina.

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  • Concerned Reader

    You said: "patent assertion entities, commonly known as patent trolls", and then go on to equate the two. This is misleading and leads to faulty analysis and conclusions in your article.

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