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How to Establish an Effective Patent Program in a Company That Does Not Currently Have a Program or Does Not Regularly Seek Patents

March 1, 2010

March 2010 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. If your company is ready to do so, what steps must be taken to make the process as effective as possible?

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