Avoid foreign filing pitfalls
It’s said that travel broadens the mind. But if US patents are traveling overseas, then it’s the patent attorney’s brain that’s going to be taxed
Practitioners at the AIPLA annual meeting in Washington DC last week discussed "road bumps" that can affect patent owners in China and Europe, including differences in drafting, the negotiation of standards, and litigation.
Patent attorney Robert Jackson (right) of Dehns...
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