Law360 (April 7, 2010, 12:34 PM EDT) -- This is a generalized review and comment on the changes in the practice of intellectual property (patent, trademark and copyright) law over the last half century or so, with particular emphasis upon what are now known to be intellectual property boutiques and general practice firms with intellectual property practices.
My background perspective is from 55 years of practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and in what would now be termed two successive (and successful!) boutique firms, each of which I co-founded.
IP boutiques and general practice firms practicing IP law should be of interest to proposed clients for...
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