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A Primer on Establishing an Effective Patent Program

September 1, 2011

September 2011 Panitch Schwarze Belisario & Nadel LLP Intellectual Property Newsletter.

By: Clark A. Jablon

Preparing, filing, and prosecuting patent applications to obtain new patents (also referred to as "patent procurement") is expensive, and about 95% of patents never even become valuable enough to recoup their procurement costs. 

This column is the fourth in a four-part series examining the latest developments in the vital area of patents, particularly those that relate to the display industry.

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