The original version of this report was published on the biweekly IP briefing Skilled in the Art.

Virtual law firms have become popular in the 2000s, but the formation of Beeman Muchmore this week feels like something new: a virtual firm combined with a microspecialty intellectual property practice. In this case it’s resolving licensing disputes over enterprise resource planning software.

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