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In its annual report that reviews patent litigation trends in the US, legal analytics company Lex Machina revealed that in 2013, the ten most prolific filers of patent infringement cases in the US were non-practising entities (NPEs), sometimes known as “patent trolls”.
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Non-practising entities, 2013 Patent Litigation Year in Review, Lex Machina, patent litigation trends