Is Your US Patent Counsel Doing a Good Job?

April 29, 2020

Is Your US Patent Counsel Doing a Good Job

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Given how dynamic US patent law can be—and how variable its interpretation—it’s difficult to know whether bad prosecution outcomes could have been avoided with better counsel.  Based on input from some of the largest US patent filers, we’ve put together a list of the top 5 attributes to look for in a law firm or patent attorney. 

This on-demand webinar discusses:

  • What makes a good US patent attorney
  • How to objectively evaluate your US patent counsel
  • Tips for keeping your US patent counsel on track

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