Like hungry wolves roving through the financial forest, private equity and hedge funds are always looking for fresh meat, or rather, new investment opportunities. And over the last few months, they’ve been feasting on patents, say attorneys working in the field.

While it’s not unusual for investment firms to put money into companies with strong patent portfolios, private equity firms like Altitude Capital Partners and hedge fund companies like alseT IP have begun venturing into corners of the patent world that were previously unexplored for them.

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