In-house IP roundup – AI partnership concerns, how counsel evaluate external lawyers, generics discuss major patent cases
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In-house IP roundup – AI partnership concerns, how counsel evaluate external lawyers, generics discuss major patent cases

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AI partnership increase spurs rights and strategy concerns

In-house counsel reveal how they evaluate external lawyers

Generics discuss fallout from major pharma patent cases

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