The United States Supreme Court
Prepared June 8, 2012
- Facebook had no evidence, so they attacked the inventor
- Why should inventors put up with such wasteful, uncreative nonsense perpetrated by attorneys, and a legal profession that is out-of-control?
- If Facebook prevails, the Rules of Evidence in patent cases are thrown out the window;
- American property rights are threatened by this case;
- If Facebook prevails, American inventors should not bother filing for patents, since evidence shows Facebook used Leader’s published patent to further copy the technology;
- The importance of verb tense will degrade our courtrooms to nothing more than three-ring circuses; and
- Facebook’s misconduct in this case must come under serious discipline (more than wink, wink, nod, nod);
- The legal disciplinary system is broken; a majority of members of each state’s disciplinary committees should be laypeople since attorneys have effectively stopped reporting white collar misconduct among attorneys and judges;
- The Federal Circuit Opinion was timed suspiciously to coincide with the beginning of Facebook’s IPO roadshow; and
- Did Facebook use influence to get, the experienced Judge Farnan removed from Leader v. Facebook just months before trial? What other influence may have been used to prejudice Leader?;
- Did Facebook use the mock trial to manipulate the jury and courtroom procedures?;
- Ask the court to look into the questionable conduct of USPTO Director David Kappos in interfering with normal procedures without cause (other than to help Facebook; Read: big-money contributor influence peddling in a government agency?)
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