Sunday, January 27, 2008

Cha's suit against Flamm is back

The Nov. 2007 decision in the Flamm/Cha business has been re-considered, and the lawsuit (of Cha against Flamm) re-instated.

Apparently, one of the factors involved a PhD "forensic linguistics” expert who analyzed the wording and structure of the single “offending sentence” that is allegedly the basis of the lawsuit. The paid linguistics expert concluded that, taken out of context, the sentence stated that Cha had not only been charged with plagiarism but had been found guilty of it.

IPBiz wonders whether the Flamm/Cha business will lead to another definition of

See also

See also

citizen media law project


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