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Archived updates for Monday, October 11, 2004

The Saga of Amr Moshen and His Patent Attorneys

Until this spring, Amr Moshen was chairman and chief executive officer of a San Jose company called Aptix Corp. Considered a brilliant engineer and inventor, the 57-year-old executive owned a home in the exclusive town of Los Gatos and was reported to be worth $10 million. Then his patent infringement case progressed into a disturbing dispute with mysteriously disappearing documents, a dramatic last-minute withdrawal by counsel, and Mohsen allegedly soliciting the murder of federal Judge William Alsup in California.

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