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Posted on UPDATED: Sawstop vs. Bosch Lawsuit- Judge finds in favor of Sawstop

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#1 posted 07-16-2015 10:47 PM

I have a funny feeling the case will hinge more on the flesh identification sub-system than the sub-systems beyond that in the chain of events.

In a very general sense I would lay the odds SLIGHTLY in Bosch’s favor, they wouldn’t be doing this if they didn’t think they had a solid chance to win, they knew this would happen and would have had a team working on the chances of winning this exact suit from the beginning. SS on the other hand HAS to do this no matter the odds, if they can be seen as not protecting their patent then it becomes worthless.

While I find some of Gass’ methods, particularly the legislative approach, outside my comfort zone I feel pretty confident that most if not all of the naysayers regarding this particular suit would do the exact same thing in his position unless they had been benevolent enough to give away the plans for free when they first invented it but then they wouldn’t be in the position now anyway.


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