How does one start a software company these days without being clobbered by patent trolls?

Reading horror stories of company sued out of business by patent trolls. Wondering how the experts advise startups on how to build until the company can defend itself.


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Then you can simply bankrupt any patent troll who comes after you.

I can tell you from personal experience, bankrupting people who sue you is highly gratifying.

I've done this twice now.

Each time I get sued, I'm filled with glee, because this means I have a new opportunity for bankrupting someone, so they can't sue anyone else.

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Answered 6 years ago

I am an experienced technology lawyer and a registered patent attorney. Nothing in my posts should be taken as legal advice.

The short answer is you can't, because people don't have to be right to sue. The slightly longer answer is that you talk to a patent attorney familiar with software patents who can advise you on the risks and how to manage them. I'd be glad to go over the basics/highlights of the question with you on a call.

Answered 5 years ago

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