Intellectual Property

IP – Litigation Management

Litigation Management When a company becomes involved in IP litigation, they rarely comprehend the time and effort required of senior management to participate successfully in the suit. IP litigation is a complicated battle of ideas and tactics, with differing motives and expectations, and is one of the most expensive types of litigation in the U.S. more »

IP – AIPLA Survey

AIPLA Survey So, just how costly is an IP lawsuit? The American Intellectual Property Law Association conducts a bi-annual study of the costs associated with IP law. As part of this study, they issue a survey to law firms and corporations asking for typical costs of IP litigation, based on the amount in controversy. Below more »

IP – Example Claims

Defense Software Industry: A patent troll tried to enforce his patents to collect licensing revenue. The patent holder does not produce a product, but uses litigation to broadly assert the rights of a patent in the industry. The tactic is to assert patent rights against smaller companies unable or unwilling to fight a court battle. more »

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