Thomson Reuters - "Federal judge: If incorporated in Delaware, litigate there"

GPC's Alexander Poltorak was quoted in a Thomson Reuters article about the issue of whether companies that are incorporated in Delaware - despite being headquartered elsewhere - should be required to litigate in their state of incorporation. ("Federal judge: If incorporated in Delaware, litigate there," Thomson Reuters, June 10, 2011).

Article excerpt:

One of the main reason companies incorporate in Delaware is to have access to the state's specialized business court, said Alex Poltorak of General Patent Corp, which provides patent consulting.

"So they made this choice, it's disingenuous to ask to transfer the case out," said Poltorak, who is not involved in the eBay case.

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