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December 22, 2021

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Vagaries....?

Noun: an unexpected and inexplicable change in a situation or in someone's behavior.

Or did you mean something else?

I think that Federal Circuit precedent on almost any topic can have vagaries .

Happy holidays!

Re: "..illustrate how wrong parties can be in arranging their agreements.." [for patent enforceability standing, etc.]. My impression over the years is that a high percentage are from universities. Including serious legal deficiencies in employee agreement/invention assignments or "policies", insistence on "joint ownership," or retention of more than a license, without full understanding of the legal consequences, etc.

On the subject of standing and compulsory joinder in split rights in a patent note LONE STAR SILICON INNOVATIONS v. NANYA TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION (Fed. Cir. 2019) and FRCP 19.

Thanks, Paul. Happy holidays!

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