Patent Assertion Entities: A Boon or a Bane?

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The term 'Patent Troll' originated in 1994 in an educational video by Paula Natasha Chavez called the 'Pate...
The term 'Patent Troll' originated in 1994 in an educational video by Paula Natasha Chavez called the 'Patents Video.' A patent troll is a term used for describing a company that uses Patent Infringement claims to win arguments and court judgments for profit or to stifle competition. It is what gets in easy money and therefore, often termed as a 'patent shark,' 'dealer,' 'marketer,' or 'pirate.' A patent troll operation may be called a 'patent assertion company,' 'entity,' or a 'non-manufacturing patentee.' It simply utilizes legal loopholes in bad faith.
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