Recent changes to the America Invents Act have created an opportunity for businesses to develop new patenting strategies that promote and enhance the value patents provide to the company. One area of
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This is the debut installment of The Sanity Clause, column, we examine contract issues faced by in-house counsel
Parties to contracts routinely agree that the laws of a particular jurisdiction will govern their relationship. Despite their prevalence, choice-of-law provisions often do not apply when needed most
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Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
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