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Patent Litigation

Trial and appellate lawyers face numerous professional responsibility challenges. These problems often arise suddenly or in circumstances that are at best difficult. The chapters of Professional Responsibility in Litigation are organized by tracing the life of a lawsuit from start to finish. The book begins with an examination of professional responsibility issues attending pre-suit investigations and the initiation of litigation and concludes with a discussion of the professional responsibilities of appellate lawyers.

Mike

Patent litigation can be lengthy and expensive! When an inventor, business or other entity owns a patent, and that patent is infringed, the patent owner has few alternatives other than patent litigation. And while several large settlements have been won in patent infringement lawsuits, patent litigation is usually lengthy, and patent litigation is always very expensive!

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