Re: ordering integer array

I don't think they have a case that would hold up. But I'm also not a
lawyer. Nor am I about to spend the money to hire one to defend myself
in such a case. Even if I won, the lawyer would cost me more than the
royalties in question.

ISO is chartered in Switzerland. I believe you would be able to choose Switzerland as the venue of litigation. If so, Swiss law would likely apply, and in that case, if you win, ISO pays _all_ the bills, including yours.


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