We’re all lawyers. We don’t have to answer questions.

Not like you manufacturing defendants who are going to have to hand over your hard disks’ contents to us because you’re mere non-lawyers. “If a company’s sole business is licensing and litigating patents, plus it’s run by lawyers, what isn’t protected by privilege?” A subsidiary of patent holding firm Acacia is appealing a judge’s ruling denying some of its broad privilege claims. (Zusha Elinson, “IP Case Tests Boundaries of Privilege”, The Recorder, Oct. 20).


  • dear god they sound exactly like jack thompson!

  • Didn’t the tobacco companies once use this system to claim that their research organizations were attached to their legal organizations, and therefore privileged from discovery?