With ever more patent disputes going to court, it has never been more important for companies to build up strong evidence to back up their patent claims. Reverse engineering of competitor products has always played a large and important role in any successful assertive patent licensing program. However, new developments in the patent licensing arena are making reverse engineering much more vital and often necessary for any company seeking to capitalize on its intellectual property assets.


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