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Corporate America's slow boat to China

Japanese companies were forced to rebalance their patent portfolios after finding themselves on the wrong end of IP lawsuits in the US during the 1980s. US companies must apply for more patent rights in China if they want to avoid having to learn the same lesson, says Alan Kasper of Sughrue Mion PLLC

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