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Warrior sues law firm over patent lapse

The National Law journal has an article about a lawsuit brought by Warrior against lawyers it claimed failed to pay an administrative fee for Warrior and, in turn, a patent lapsed, costing the company millions of dollars.

The National Law journal has an article about a lawsuit brought by Warrior against lawyers it claimed failed to pay an administrative fee for Warrior and, in turn, a patent lapsed, costing the company millions of dollars.

You can read the full article here: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1202431197818

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duece lax
duece lax
12 years ago

Sooo lemme get this straight. Because those lawyers fudged up and failed to renew the patent, the flood gates opened up for other companies to get in the game. It seems like it is coming full circle even if Warrior doesn’t win the lawsuit. Just look at how they are monopolizing the game today with Brine and New Balance and not to mention Warrior purchasing Innovative Hockey in California. Dave Morrow knows what hes doing.

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