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Three Copyright Assets Available For Purchase From Gametime IP

After careful consideration, I have decided to part with the rights to three different Gametime IP articles.  While I am offering these as three separate lots, interested parties may inquire about purchasing all three together.  The lots are as follows:

Lot 1: Righthaven Business Model Exposed – End Of An Era, Or Spawning Of A New IP Licensing Industry?

Lot 2: Nevada Court Says Stephens Media GetsThe Goldmine, Righthaven Gets The Shaft

Lot 3: Righthaven Engages ‘Bad-Ass Litigatrix’ Copyright Superstar Dale Cendali

Anyone interested in making an offer can find my contact information here, and for those of you who have already been inquiring about the posts in question, please accept my apologies for the delay. I will be responding to your interest and providing additional information over the next few days, but also want to give others a fair chance to express their interest.

For anyone with a general curiosity, I have decided to sell the rights to these articles because I believe that an efficient IP transactional marketplace exists to move assets to the parties that can use them in the most efficient means.  It has come to my attention in the past week that the actions of numerous other organizations quite similar to the actions undertaken here have caused those organizations to encounter potential legal liability at the hands of, ultimately, the owner of the publication in the preceding link.  While those organizations naturally deny any wrongdoing, the instigator of those legal actions would be adopting inconsistent legal positions to issue similar denials.  Thus, targeted organizations may indeed value the rights to these three articles far above the value they hold to my personal organization.

As a result of the interest I’ve received in this matter, I am willing to offer a full and complete assignment of all substantial rights to each of the three articles mentioned above, including the right to sue for past infringement and any and all rights associated with the articles going forward. In addition, while I would appreciate a non-exclusive license to maintain the articles on this website, I am not insisting on it.

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