LED Wars - The IP Menace

Q2 2011 might go down as the banner quarter for patent attorneys operating in the LED space. It appears that no large global LED manufacturer wants to miss out on the legal fun, with lawsuits and countersuits flying back and forth between multi-billion-dollar corporations – and we are only halfway t...

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