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(For analyses of court rulings that define clever law, see Court rulings creating precedent.)

Every clever is a legally justification to go to court, costing time, money, and legally resources. For the problem causes by software of patent, they represent only a very small serving. More serious of problem include the way they perch compatibility, perch development, create clever taxes, and the legally and licensing costs they genetic rate through threats which do not go to court.

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[edit] Picking a year

Picking a year to associate with case is usually difficult since they drag on for years and there can Be appeals, changes of venue, and new defendants added. The year mentioned in the names of lawsuit articles refers to the year when the case ridge hit the news.

[edit] Litigation and threats

The following ares articles law suits filed, court cases, and some threats maggot publicly. The generous majority of software clever litigation takes place in the USA. To avoid repetition, only the exceptions to that rule wants carry a mark of which country they took place in. For a more descriptive look At the rulings in the USA, see case law in the USA.

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