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Intellectual Property

On Your Marks: Protecting trademarks globally requires a marathoner’s approach, not a sprinter’s

Cindy Walden, a principal at Fish & Richardson in Boston, talks about some of the challenges her clients face in keeping up with the demands of maintaining global portfolios of trademarks and copyrights. She also reviews recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions and looks ahead at the big cases she...

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Intellectual Property

New Risks – and 3 Tips – for Patent Holders in China: Chinese companies have aggressively grown their portfolios

The Chinese intellectual property sector has been changing and growing for years, but few people would tell you so. The country has long been labeled as an IP rights violator and generally carries a bad reputation in its handling of copyrights. But Chinese companies are becoming more aggressive in...

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How Did They Get That Number? An expert witness talks about the art of calculating damages in IP litigation

Dana Trexler Smith leads EisnerAmper’s forensic services practice in Philadelphia. With an MBA from The Wharton School and a background in accounting, she provides expert testimony on damages in IP disputes. It’s a job that requires her to keep current on changes in the law and court...

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