IP Practice: Baker & McKenzie

Law360, New York (July 15, 2008, 12:00 AM EDT) -- As the Internet continues to transform commerce on a global scale, more companies are starting to pour resources into protecting their intellectual property online, even if it means trying to control the uncontrollable, said Paul Rawlinson, global chair for the intellectual property group at Baker & McKenzie.

“The trend of IP litigation over the Internet is definitely gathering pace because companies have moved from a situation of just being made aware of what's going on and scratching their heads to saying, 'We need to do something...
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