One downside to an increasingly global economy is that companies are now grappling with dozens of varying rules and timelines for the renewal of trademark protections. While this may be a headache for businesses, it could be a real opportunity for intellectual property docketing services looking to expand—if they can handle the sheer volume of data involved when taking their operation worldwide. 

“There’s a significant barrier of entry because you need all of the right resources and the talent to pull this off. The volume of data is significant,” said Nehal Madhani, CEO of Alt Legal. 

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