If buying and selling patent assets were a team sport and you were the coach, you would think strategically about who to pull from the bench to fill a particular position. Choosing a due diligence team should be done with the same thought and care you would give in creating a championship game roster. The stakes are high, so you need to create a team that includes the right business, technical, legal and financial expertise—and, sometimes, you need to do so quickly.

When it comes to patent due diligence, how do you know which experts to pull from the bench and who to leave on the sidelines?

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