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1. Re: Morning Legal Briefs Jan 28, 2013, 10:37 Creston
 
The main piece of prior art used at the appeals trial was the CompuServe Mall, and Newegg's lawyers, led on appeal by Ed Reines of Weil Gotshal, argued that system hit each and every patent claim in Soverain's patents.

At district court, the judge hadn't even let those invalidity arguments go to the jury, stating there wasn't "sufficient testimony" on obviousness, and that it would be "very confusing" to them.

So why the FUCK is that fucker of a judge still employed, rather than in jail? Because he's obviously taking handouts to bury the truth, the fucking asshole.

Good job, Newegg!

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