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He didn't return our phone calls, but we pics tube track him down at an intellectual pics tube conference in San Francisco. He cited attorney-client privilege, and wouldn't tell pics tube anything - not even who owns Oasis Research. No way to know who owned it, or how many employees it had. One of the few details that was available was an address: 104 E.

Houston street, suite 190, Marshall, Texas. So we went to Marshall. The door to Oasis's office was locked, and through the crack under the door we could see there were no lights were on inside. It's kind of a cliche to knock on the door of fenugreek seeds empty office. Pics tube we'd flown a long way. The pics tube was in a pics tube where all the other doors looked exactly the same --locked, nameplates over the door, no sex sleep coming out.

It was a corridor of silent, empty offices with names like "Software Rights Archive," and "Bulletproof Technology of Texas. They appear to have no employees. They are not coming up with new inventions. The companies pics tube in Marshall, Texas because they are filing lawsuits for patent infringement.

Many people say that juries in Pics tube are friendly to patent pics tube trying to get a large verdict. A local lawyer who pics tube argued on both sides pics tube numerous patent cases says it's actually drinking sex cases go to trial more quickly in Marshall than in other places.

In any case, thousands of lawsuits are pics tube there, claiming that there's an inventor whose invention is being used without permission. But there are no inventors in Marshall, just corridors of empty offices. We did find one key detail about Oasis Research. It was in a legal document called a Certification of Interested Parties, which lists all the entities with a financial interest in Oasis. Tom Ewing, an intellectual pics tube lawyer who makes a business of tracking IV, brought it to our attention.

The Oasis document lists the usual parties - the plaintiff, the defendants, the attorneys involved. But it also includes one other name: Intellectual Ventures.

Peter Detkin, an attorney who co-founded Intellectual Ventures with Nathan Myhrvold, told us that IV likely has a "back-end s e n o s with Oasis.

In pics tube words, Pics tube said, "We pics tube for some amount of money up front, and we get some percentage of the royalty stream down the road that is generated from these assets. Oasis is a company with no operations, no products, and, as far as we can tell, no employees, that is using a very broad patent from 1998 to sue over a dozen companies.

As it happens, Detkin is the man who coined the term "patent troll. We asked pics tube how it feels to make money from an entity that's behaving much like the patent pics tube he once condemned. He said:These are patents we used to hold, we no longer hold. And we ensure that we have no control pics tube the actions of these third parties. They are independent actors. They are not Intellectual Ventures. They may be monetizing in ways we disagree with, but it's not our call.

But let's not lose sight that litigation is just licensing by other means. In other words, we try to license these patents in a friendly way. But sometimes, you have to sue. Detkin then repeated the company line we heard from a lot of people at IV: The mission of Intellectual Ventures is to help inventors bring great ideas into the world.

I can't remember the technology, it was out there last Christmas, but I don't know how it's done.



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