When White Castle’s Jamie Richardson testified in front of Congress last November, he became the unofficial spokesman for a growing number of businesses dealing with questionable companies claiming patent infringements. In his testimony, Richardson, vice president of government and shareholder relations at Columbus, Ohio-based White Castle Systems Inc., laid out how patent assertion entities, or PAEs, commonly referred to as patent trolls, had sent intentionally vague and convoluted ...

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