By Joshua Simmons (August 3, 2017, 2:37 PM EDT) -- There can be little question that the dynamic for protecting software using intellectual property is changing. For years, commentators treated technology companies as the sole source of software innovation and patent law as the primary means of protecting against unfair competition. Neither proposition was true then, and it is becoming increasingly clear to the IP community that neither proposition is true now.
Certainly, many of the amazing strides in software development have been made by tech companies. Software innovations, however, are being made by companies that may not be identified primarily as "tech companies." These leaders in the entertainment, financial services,...
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