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Patent Trolling Carnegie Mellon Wins What Could Be Largest Patent Verdict Ever - "sad legacy of the Bayh-Dole Act"
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I'm having trouble with google translate and deciphering what that patent actually means
well, it's in a strange language that only adepts can understand...
Having worked with patent lawyers, I marvel at how a very specific innovation gets a broad language that seems, at first glance, to cover everything and anything.
Don't know what I mean? Have a look at a patent and see how often you'll read 'may', 'but not restricted to', 'embodiment' and the like.

I haven't read the CMU patent, but I wouldn't be surprised if it were written in such a way. And then the average person in the Jury can easily be convinced that infringement took place.
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