Intellectual property due diligence is big business these days, with demand described as growing exponentially in the last few months alone. It not only generates a huge amount of billing time on projects, but could also serve as a pipeline for corporate and other high-revenue work, such as litigation. Only a few firms, however, have combined those practices seamlessly to offer a sophisticated team of lawyers that can perform high-quality IP due diligence, which means there is a niche waiting to be filled.
(IP) Diligence Pays Off
August 31, 2006
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