Minn. settlement pushes out firm accused of being a "patent troll"

08/26/2013 | National Law Journal (free registration), The

A company accused of being a "patent troll" has reached an agreement in Minnesota that essentially prevents it from continuing to operate in that state. The settlement, which involves a $50,000 civil penalty, requires the state attorney general's permission for any licensing or infringement inquiry letters the company sends to Minnesota businesses.

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