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+ - Can I Be an Expert Witness?

theodp writes: "If you've ever wondered 'Can I Be an Expert Witness?,' Slate says you too can rake in the big bucks, as long as you have special 'knowledge, skill, experience, training, or education.' Speaking of expert witnesses, recent USPTO filings show that Microsoft is offering the Eolas-patent-sucks expert witness testimony of Dr. John P.J. Kelly to refute the Eolas-patent-rules expert witness testimony of Freedom to Tinker's Dr. Ed Felten."
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Can I Be an Expert Witness?

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