Writer Claims NPE Litigation Easier and Cheaper to Defend Now

See this summary:

http://www.ecounselmag.com/i45/rougher-litigation-terrain-for-non-practicing-entities/

In the summary, Michael Rader {related to Judge Rader?}: “Recent trends in patent litigation have made lawsuits brought by non-practicing entities (NPEs) somewhat easier and cheaper to defend. Historically, many of these cases have settled based not on merits but as a function of defense costs. The new developments may shift the balance in the direction of merits-based case valuations.”

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