Law360, New York (April 22, 2016, 5:15 PM EDT) -- Next to Mark A. Lemley's telephone and computer are sheets of paper that contain a one-word reminder to say something that doesn't come easily to him: "No!"
But despite Lemley's memos to himself, aversion to the word has served the 49-year-old attorney and professor well, as his tendency to take on new projects has resulted in a mammoth body of work.
Lemley heads the Stanford Program in Law, Science & Technology. He also co-founded data analytics company Lex Machina Inc. and boutique intellectual property firm Durie Tangri LLP, which counts some of Silicon Valley's largest players among its clients.
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