So it appears the current plan is to just tie this damn thing up in as many courts as possible. Appeal after appeal after appeal. Seed in enough "evidence" that can be questioned as much as the JFK assassination, and these cases will carry on long past the lifetime of many of the Judges who might hear it.
And meanwhile, all of the money they got slowly dwindles away. We don't have debtors prisons anymore so them not being able to pay landing them in jail would be argued even further.
I am still curious, if we have a lawyer in the house (I know we do), there is caselaw I am aware of that allows people owed debts to seek to take real property when the person/entity refuses to pay up. How much time does it take to finally hit that point? Also can they then move for discovery to find assets and holdings that might have had ownership transferred in an attempt ot become judgement proof?
A majority of those 99 pages was filing the starter dodad thingy they filed for their appeal of Judge Wrights order. They are inviting this OTHER court to read their appeal and make decisions based on it... o_O
It is nice how he tried to throw Gibbs back under the bus, paint him as a turncoat who sold out his client, and the ever popular defense of we had nothing to do with that and even if we did it would totally be legal.
If they were off duty why were they in their uniforms? Because that allowed them to get more people to participate. If it was voluntary, why were people not given the option to proceed on their way? They were forced to turn into this circus on the side, with no option to refuse until they were already waylaid. People in uniforms suggesting it is just voluntary has a way of not looking like you have a choice.
Sure hope they paid your officers enough to have them turn on the citizens who are required to pay them and follow their directions.
You missed that many of the patents that are sued over are nothing but common ideas with "on the internet" slapped onto the ass end of it. They didn't create anything new, they got the idea locked up first and then waited like a pitcher plant for anyone to get close and then swallow them up.
Still wondering how the patent system benefits society. All it seems to do nowdays is let lawyers move stupid amounts of money from companies in the market and entities/old guard companies who don't want to have any competition.
Except the company never filed a lawsuit. They sent a demand, the couple didn't give in, company sends demand for $3500, couple doesn't pay, company turns the bad debt over to collection agency. Now the couple has ruined credit, has to fight a collection agency & credit reporting company. They face all sorts of undue burdens before they can pay more money to bring a lawsuit against the company that seems to be cutting and running.