Ever wonder why a particular defendant is the first named on a complaint?
In five new patent cases that the Reno, Nev.-based Lemelson Foundation filed against more than 400 defendants on April 14 in Arizona federal court, lead counsel Jerry D. Hosier was using a mnemonic device.
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