The realm of Intellectual Property and Technology law can be tough to keep up with. The 10 millionth US patent was issued in June 2018. Valuable IP and strong branding are coveted business assets for both established and start-up companies, nationally and internationally. In recent years, the amount of IP and patent litigation has soared, and the rapid pace of technological development will only see these cases increase as companies seek to protect and defend their creative assets.Read more »
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Welcome to Lewis Brisbois’ IP & Technology Law Blog Posted on: December 05, 2018 In: Intellectual Property & Technology
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