Patent Lawyers Score Win for Velcro in Rare Georgia Courtroom Drama
The winning legal team from Fish & Richardson said in a news release Wednesday that it was the first patent jury verdict in U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Georgia since 2001 and the first in the entire state since 2008.
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The biggest news from a recent Velcro IP victory might not be who won but that a bunch of patent lawyers were in court at all.
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