A hot, muggy, Southern rainstorm came down in short squalls in Tyler, Texas, Monday morning, drenching the city’s central square just as jury selection got under way in the Patent Troll Tracker defamation case, being argued in the federal courthouse here.

Albritton v. Cisco Systems is a case brought by lawyer and east Texas patent litigation player Eric Albritton against Richard “Rick” Frenkel and his former employer Cisco Systems Inc., alleging that in the course of Frenkel’s brief and anonymous blogging career, he libeled Albritton.

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