Law360, San Diego (September 25, 2015, 3:32 PM EDT) -- Between corporate spending cuts to intellectual property litigation and talent poaching by bigger firms, IP boutiques face a bruising legal market, but some specialty shops are getting ahead of the competition, landing big-name clients and notching wins in court and at the Patent Trial and Appeal Board.
After IP suit spending by corporate legal departments peaked at $2.89 billion in 2013 and 2014, it began decreasing this year and is expected to drop to $2.72 billion in 2016, an almost 6 percent decrease from 2014, according to a report this week by BTI Consulting Group, which surveyed more than 300 in-house...
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