‘Amicus activity has never been more important’
Counsel say that amicus briefs are a key form of IP advocacy but that lawyers need to balance filing with resource constraints
As technology continues to outpace the law, companies and associations are turning to amicus briefs to make their voices heard but they say that courts are less inclined to value repetitive arguments.
“We’ve seen in recent years how difficult it...
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