(Leader Press Release)American leaders from across the political spectrum urge the Supreme Court to fix the denial of constitutional rights
Columbus, Ohio (Dec. 6, 2012)—On Jan. 4, 2013 the U.S. Supreme Court will meet to decide whether to hear Leader Technologies’ appeal in Leader Technologies, Inc. v. Facebook, Inc., No. 12-617 (Supreme Court Nov. 16, 2012). See http://www.leader.com/docs/supremecourt.html
Why should the average American care about this case? Perhaps the eminent American historian Professor Hy Berman, former political adviser to Vice President Hubert Humphrey, says it best:
“If intellectual property theft by the powerful and well-connected is not stopped, future innovation is jeopardized.”More
Prominent Americans speak out for Leader Technologies in the Leader v. Facebook U.S. Supreme Court appeal -...
Supplement: Before trial, on May 20, 2010 Leader had filed a "Motion In Limine" before the trial to exclude Facebook's new on-sale bar claim which Judge Leonard Stark allowed after the close of all fact discovery. Leader argued that it would confuse the jury. That argument has proved prophetic, and has fallen on deaf judicial ears ever since. Click here to read that May 20, 2010 motion. Click here to see a video explaining just how this confused the jury.