Perdue Perplexed - Part 3 - Why Do Experts Frighten Random House?
This is doubly confusing because Random House spends large portions of all of their filings arguing about "scenes a faire," stock elements and elements that are protectible or not protectible under copyright.
Interestingly, they cite no experts, no sources other than themselves, and no credible, third parties to elevate their own arguments beyond those of people "shooting from the hip."
I am REALLY perplexed here: if the object is to find the truth, shouldn't we all employ people who are experts on the issues?
Maybe some reader out there can enlighten us on why Random House is trying so hard to keep experts out of the discussion.
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