Losing parties in a lawsuit get mad. Some get even. But Richard D. Murdoch has gone one step further.

He has written what may well be the world’s only reads-like-a-novel account of patent litigation. In the process, he has accused a sitting federal judge of arrogance and bias, and has characterized his opponent’s litigation counsel as a “pit bull” and “the whiny little kid who’d spent much of his childhood getting beat up on the playground, then much of his adult life getting even with people because of it.”

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