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  • n. The quality of not being enforceable.


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un- +‎ enforceability


  • Even if a majority of people choose to buy proprietary content through authorized channels, the growing unenforceability of digital copyright (thanks to encryption, proxies, darknets, etc.) means that proprietary content will have to adjust its price downward in competition with Free.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Futile Struggle Against Free Content

  • I won't go into the unenforceability of most of them.

    Hara Estroff Marano discusses A Nation of Wimps: The High Cost of Invasive Parenting

  • Possible remedies: claim invalidity; unenforceability; ownership transfer.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Given the many hundreds of man-days (and women-days and child-days) that have been spent in the field on horseback and on foot by our hunting fraternity, the LACS have precious little to celebrate as they contemplate the unenforceability of their rotten piece of spite.

    Discombobulated Vigilantes

  • The risk of repurchase is going to depend on the unenforceability of the loan and we think the loan is enforceable.

    BofA official: Countrywide mortgage documents were not transferred properly to trusts

  • Plaintiff files final infringement contentions twenty one weeks after its initial contentions and defendant responds four weeks later with final noninfringement, invalidity and unenforceability contentions after the final contentions, leave of Court is required for any amendments;

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • The permission not to do the best we can is not derived from the unenforceability of supererogatory conduct but from agent-centred restrictions which limit the force of the impersonal maximizing principle (Haydar 2002).

    How to Kill a Missionary

  • ATI pressed forward with the claims of invalidity and unenforceability, but was unsuccessful at trial.

    W.D. Wis.: All Instances of Materiality Should Be Argued for Inequitable Conduct

  • The rule is necessary, for without it findings of inequitable conduct, with the punishment of unenforceability of the entire patent, could wrongly stand.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • In some other cases, applicants or their attorneys fear that the legal doctrines of inequitable conduct and unenforceability may unfairly punish them with Draconian penalties for innocently omitting information.

    Archive 2007-05-01


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