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We’ve all been there. Maybe you are at a social gathering when someone discovers you are an intellectual property law attorney. Perhaps you are in-house, and an inventor in one of your business units comes in waving around a sample of a competitor’s product the inventor came across over the weekend. Or maybe you just answered a cold call. No matter how it arrives at your desk, the story is similar: Someone had a great idea and invested the time, money, and effort to obtain a few patents to protect that idea, but now someone else in the industry is ignoring those rights and the patent owner is ready to take them on in court. Tomorrow.
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