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Letters: Apple vs. Samsung

August 28, 2012

Re "High stakes after Apple verdict," Aug. 26

The article closes with a quote from Santa Clara University assistant law professor Brian Love, who said that technology companies should "take all the money they are spending on lawyers and experts and instead invest that money in research and design."

Great in theory, but once you spend all that money and effort and produce a revolutionary product such as Apple's iPhone, and then the guy down the street copies all your best ideas, what are you supposed to do? This is why we have patent lawyers, courts and juries.

Thom Gunuskey

Fort Lauderdale, Fla.


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