Texas patent-agent privilege ruling could have wider impact
The Texas Supreme Court has recognised patent-agent privilege as a form of attorney-client privilege, in a ruling that has the potential to influence court cases in the 24 other US states with the same privilege rule
The Texas Supreme Court has recognised patent-agent
privilege as a form of attorney-client privilege. This reverses
the appellate court decision that had concerned patent
practitioners because it suggested communications in non-patent
litigation could be revealed in discovery.
The Texas Supreme...
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