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May 24, 2010


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Michael F. Martin

The decision could have some harsh consequences for the patent owners because of the relatively harsh parantheticals regarding joint ventures. It will be interesting to see whether/how the Federal Circuit incorporates the case into its decision of Princo.

Saleem Safdar

An interesting case with a fair outcome. Treating the teams as separate entitites is also healthier for competition as well as the integrity of the sport.

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