JIM WASHINGTON: Tonight we take a closer look at “Dance Patent Litigation” — the new trend of using interpretive dance to prove ownership of a patent in court.
JIM WASHINGTON: While it is a relatively new phenomenon, it has already become opular enough to product wide-ranging changes in the legal community.
JIM WASHINGTON: One of the most noticeable changes is the dress code.
VIKTOR SCHRECK: (Dressed in ballet tights) I’m sorry, I can’t talk right now. I have to give a deposition.
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