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#ActualSollum

Posted 15 October 2012 - 07:52 AM


i work in partially law company

Then why don't you ask the partially lawyers at your company for their advice -- and their definitions of "fair use."


As i said, sir, - "IP is very unpopular problem in my country, i saw like 4 or 5 cases at all, and USA law does not work here.". Our lawyers are not partially lawyers, we are just partially law company.

Read Mr. Gerhard's comment in paragraph 8 here. No, they won't buy you a ticket. Basically nobody cares whether you defend yourself at the court or not, this is your problem. They don't care that you're not in the US either.
And no, the above article is not an april fool's prank :-)


Thanks for that interview!

What i got from my sources

"Often, famous foreign companies have their representatives - lawyers, experts of patenting, in other countries. And its their duty to bring bad guys to justice. Furthermore, court happens in the country, where crime took place."

But as i said, we don't have such cases here, so we don't have practice with it. It would be quite interesting hearing from professional lawyers from countries that are out of USA influence, how such matters are taken care of.

It's just a matter of curiosity.

#1Sollum

Posted 15 October 2012 - 07:51 AM


i work in partially law company

Then why don't you ask the partially lawyers at your company for their advice -- and their definitions of "fair use."


As i said, sir, - "IP is very unpopular problem in my country, i saw like 4 or 5 cases at all, and USA law does not work here.". Our lawyers are not partially lawyers, we are just partially law company.

Read Mr. Gerhard's comment in paragraph 8 here. No, they won't buy you a ticket. Basically nobody cares whether you defend yourself at the court or not, this is your problem. They don't care that you're not in the US either.
And no, the above article is not an april fool's prank :-)


Thanks for that interview!

What i got from my sources

"Often, famous foreign companies have their representatives - lawyers, experts of patenting. And its their duty to bring bad guys to justice. Furthermore, court happens in the country, where crime took place."

But as i said, we don't have such cases here, so we don't have practice with it. It would be quite interesting hearing from professional lawyers from countries that are out of USA influence, how such matters are taken care of.

It's just a matter of curiosity.

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