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Infographic: Who is Suing Whom in Mobile
A great inforgraphic designed by George Kokkinidis in his attempt at redesigning the original chart from The Guardian. Ah what a web we weave.
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With that many lawsuits flying around, you’d think that the attorneys that are busy competing for ambulance chasing phrases such as identified here: https://blumenthals.com/blog/2010/10/06/poll-what-do-you-think-of-this-tag/ would switch over to corporate law and try and pick up some of the big corporate fees.
With these types of interesting blog pieces on the legal profession you might find a second career as a legal headhunter 😉
Looks like the logo for the 2002 World Cup!!
This is incredible. Very creative. I always feel so welcome here.
All these lawsuits, and this doesn’t even include the one Motorola is serving Apple for various patent infringements!
It gets worse and worse…
I like that one better than this one, Mike — http://www.coolinfographics.com/ — easier to “glom” onto the litigious relationships, eh!
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I just noticed something about this graph that is interesting.
Notice that None of the Japanese (ex:Sony, Sharp) and Korean (LG, Samsung) companies have lawsuits.
This is likely a cultural (and business-culture) thing. I don’t know about Korea, but in the case of Japan lawsuits (particularly private lawsuits) are almost non-existant.
I would guess that to be the reason for the difference in this diagram between the Western and Asian companies.
I mean that they are not suing anyone (not that they do not have suits against them)
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