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Jeff Taylor
Works at Duit Construction Co., Inc.
Attended Oklahoma City University School of Law
Lives in Oklahoma City, OK
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If needed, Ars Technica can gladly pivot and begin producing drones that don't work.
DOJ internal report also notes FBI only has 2 pilots to fly 17 drones.
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Lawyers, this may be the best post you'll read all day.

http://legalofficeguru.com/autonumber-discovery-requests-field-codes/
If your law firm does litigation work, you've probably prepared lots of discovery. And you may have wondered if there's any way you can avoid typing the phrase "Interrogatory No. X" in Microsoft Wo...
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The best YouTube video you will watch this weekend.

Open this on an Android phone or in Chrome. Swing around.
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Even though the electronic notice didn't give AT&T lawyers the heads-up they wanted, if they had actually checked the docket, they would have seen their motions were denied and the case was over.

The notices were also sent to no fewer than 18 attorneys, and the orders were downloaded by legal assistants onto the law firm's internal system—but apparently no one read them.

I hope Sidley Austin has malpractice insurance. And I suspect they just lost a big client. Do you think AT&T will be paying the attorney's fees bill?


http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2015/03/att-lawyers-dont-read-court-docket-cant-appeal-40m-patent-verdict
Missed the deadline to appeal 2014's biggest win for a "non-practicing entity."
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"Dear Piece of Shit,

We are currently in the process of retaining counsel and investigating this matter. As a result, we will not be able to meet your Friday deadline. After reviewing this matter with our counsel, we will provide a prompt response.

I will pray tonight that karma is real, and that you are its worthy recipient,

Chris"

That's one way to respond to a patent troll letter.
Jury saw CEO's "Dear piece of shit" letter to his "patent troll"—and understood.
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As a lawyer who worked with patents for six years, I found the article annoying because it tried to conflate issues that had no bearing on infringement, validity, or even patent trolling. Overlapping markets being just one example. It was solid when it actually focused on relevant material.

I would say that AGIS itself was not a patent troll. It was using its patents to create and promote its own products.  However, its attorneys certainly behaved in a troll like manner, and when your attorneys (or any employee) are being stupid, you need to rein them in.
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Wouldn't it be cool if teams let fans actually set rosters and such? 

Users could "vote" on their starters, trades, etc., and try to guide the crew through the season.
 
In MLB Manager 2015, you'll guide your favorite Major League Baseball teams through their seasons with careful micromanagement. Set rosters, trade players, and more as you try to bring victory to your franchise. #android
In MLB Manager 2015, you'll guide your favorite Major League Baseball teams through their seasons with careful micromanagement. Set rosters, trade players, and more as you try to bring victory to your franchise. MLB Manage is officially licensed by Major League Baseball, and uses all of the franchises you know and love in the game. Each team has the projected 40-man roster that...
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Chromecast isn't making its way into courtrooms just yet, but there are plenty of opportunities available. It's just time to try.
Chromecast isn't making its way into courtrooms just yet, but there are plenty of opportunities available. It's just time to try.
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Just playing around with an AR-15 and an exploding target.
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"Ok Google, Find my phone." This feature and many other updates are being discussed in this week's Android news round-up.
"Ok Google, Find my phone." This feature and many other updates are being discussed in this week's Android news round-up.
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Tennis really isn’t my sport. Sure, I’ll watch one minute of one Open match, just to pretend I know. But I could care less about the sport in general. That’s not meant as a way to diminish the enormous following and the athletes who participate. All of my…
Tennis really isn't my sport. Sure, I'll watch one minute of one Open match, just to pretend I know. But I could care less about the sport in general. That's not meant as a way to diminish the enor...
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I think we have stumbled across a garage entrepreneur weekend project for The Droid Lawyer!
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NCAA #MarchMadness  is here! Check out this Sheets bracket from our Top Contributor +Ted Juch  to get you started.

Use the individual bracket template to manage your own bracket. Pick your winners for each game using validated choices from your picks: http://goo.gl/L4v7Pt

Find out more about this bracket and a group version on the Docs Help Forum: http://goo.gl/GTV9S0
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Attorney and blogger
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I can make awesome bread dough.
Employment
  • Duit Construction Co., Inc.
    Corporate Attorney, present
    I represent "the man" and help the company try to do good things.
  • The Droid Lawyer
    Blogger, 2011 - present
    I write about how lawyers can use Android OS. My blog is recognized as one of the top law blogs and also one of the 50 must-read IT blogs.
  • Absolute Legal Services LLC
    Attorney, 2008 - 2015
    I'm an attorney. Sometimes I sue, sometimes you get sued. Either way, I might be able to help you.
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Oklahoma City, OK
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Salt Lake City, UT, United States - Ottawa, ON, Canada - Paradise, CA, USA
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405-748-0319
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P.O. Box 31311 Edmond OK 73003
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I'm just an ordinary guy living an extraordinary life. Or vice versa. And I blog, too: thedroidlawyer.com.
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I'm an attorney, father, Android-loving tech geek. I like shiny new gadgets and gizmos, and especially phones and tablets.

I have 4 kids, whom I call the Taylor Tots, or Tots for short.
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I saw dead people. Literally. I lived in a mortuary.
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  • Oklahoma City University School of Law
    Law, 2005 - 2008
  • University of Utah
    Organizational Communication, 2001 - 2004
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I got great deal on a room, but this is a great hotel. It's close to a lot of attractions, especially Old Town and Sea World. The rooms are updated and the breakfast is plentiful and filling. *Parking is atrocious*, and the fact you have to pay this far from downtown is a bit of a downer.
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This was a stop on our trip from Beuna Park to San Diego. The mission is a great stop, whether you want to make it an hour or a day. The grounds are beautiful andthe history is wonderful. *Definitely worth a trip and stop.*
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Great restaurant with a view. Enjoyed the lobster tail and our server Gina O.
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Good luck on swift service. The employees seem to care more about their own lunches than their customers.
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We had a nice dinner. The pork tacos and taquitos were amazing. I got a carne asada burritto, but wished for the corn taco and pork taquito. The service was a bit slow, despite a fairly empty dining area, and they ran out of soda. You should ask for water because it's an added item.
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It's the best zooin the world. And they have pandas.
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Great service and accommodation. We got stranded with a dead air conditioning unit, and these guys got it fixed quickly. And helped us get back on our way
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