A client’s immediate reaction on seeing a possible infringement of his or her patent may be to send a demand letter. But that could be exactly the wrong thing to do.

The value of intellectual property, especially patents, is getting new attention in today’s business world. What was yesterday the province of obscure engineering departments is today front and center in boardrooms and the media. With the increase in the profile of patents especially, many clients now pay close attention to protecting competitive advantages, real and perceived, that previously went unnoticed or ignored.

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