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[no_dropcaps type=”square” color=”#464646″ font_family=”Raleway” font_size=”33″ line_height=”58″ width=”58″ font_weight=”700″ font_style=”normal” text_align=”” border_color=”#dadada” border_width=”2px” background_color=”transparent” margin=””]W[/no_dropcaps]hen RPX Corp. brought together more than 40 technology companies last year to license 4,000 Rockstar patents for $900 million, Cisco Systems Inc. general counsel Mark Chandler hailed the defensive patent aggregator for organizing “a consortium of unprecedented scale.” How complex and innovative was the deal? Well, Chandler and RPX Executive Vice President Mallun Yen are teaching an entire course on it this fall at Stanford University…

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