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Attorneys’ changing role in managing patent portfolios

Ellie Mertens, New York


In-house counsel from Uber and AT&T share their approaches to patent valuation, IPRs, and licensing negotiations

A culture of innovation has always been the first step to a robust patent portfolio, but the responsibility within that dynamic has shifted from innovators to attorneys, according to Kurt Brasch, head of patent transactions at Uber. “Back in the...


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