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March 11, 2008


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Richard Cauley

Well, there's a difference, I think between representing patent plaintiffs who practice their patents and those. The primary difference may be that the "true" trolls [as opposed to NPEs such as universities and the like] are more likely to hire firms on contingency -- something that Howrey wouldn't normally do anyway, IMO. I think this may be more marketing from Howrey to the companies being sued by trolls than some kind of political statement.

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