By Guest Contributors (December 24, 2020, 3:02 PM EST) -- (iStock/zhudifeng)
While the intellectual property space saw its share of pandemic-related discussion this year — from the impact on litigation to specific infringement risks — some of the most-read articles written by Law360 guest experts also dug into broader inter partes review trends, key federal court rulings, and a subtle but potentially significant U.S. Patent and Trademark Office policy change.
Patent Litigation May Be On The Rise During Pandemic
While much of the economy and litigation in general came to a halt in March, the number of patent cases — ostensibly lucrative and viable to initiate and advance remotely...
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