Robert Brunelli, chair of the firm’s litigation department, recently provided his perspective on how much it matters to a jury if one of the parties in a patent infringement lawsuit is a non-practicing entity. Brunelli has practiced Intellectual Property Litigation for more than two decades and has a depth of experience with non-practicing entities. To read more click here, or pick up the December 4, 2017 issue.
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