IP Disputes Keeping More GCs Up At Night

Law360, New York (April 15, 2014, 12:03 AM ET) -- Intellectual property lawsuits are increasingly weighing on the minds of general counsel amid growing concern about patent assertion entities, according to a survey released Tuesday.

Out of 401 in-house attorneys who participated in the Norton Rose Fulbright Annual Litigation Trends Survey, 28 percent said that IP and patent issues were a major concern for their companies last year, a marked uptick from 19 percent who said the same in 2012. Overall, 19 percent of this year's respondents said IP matters were one of their three most...
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