Twice a year, Steven Miller journeys from Cincinnati to Europe. As Procter & Gamble’s intellectual property general counsel, he tours the continent to survey his company’s patenting operations in the Old World.

During these trips Miller visits with lawyers at the company’s five in-house sites, where a total of 25 attorneys oversee the company’s patent filings and disputes. He also usually visits with Munich’s ter Meer Steinmeister & Partners, the outside firm that for 15 years has helped P&G defend its inventions at the European and German patent offices.

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