The high-stakes world of patent law continues to attract some of the more colorful practitioners and prospectors of the day. Edward "Rusty" Rose III, the famed short-seller with close ties to President Bush, cuts a controversial figure in business and politics, and his emergence as an apparent troll could add more fuel to the always-fervid debate over patent holders' rights.
Discovering a Patent Troll
November 30, 2007
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