Technology enablement strikes a chord with hard-pressed IP professionals

Corporate clients and law firms alike are rethinking how best to orchestrate their IP portfolio management

In the intellectual property field, corporate clients and law firms alike are rethinking how best to orchestrate their patent and trademark prosecution and IP portfolio management.

As hard-pressed IP professionals deal with increasing workloads and pressure on resources, there’s a greater realization that in-house IP departments and law firm IP practices cannot handle all the associated tasks involved in today’s IP management as efficiently or as cost effectively as they’d like. There is also a realization that the costs of having outside counsel attorneys handling the total administrative work of managing an IP portfolio cannot be justified.

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Jayne Durden

Jayne Durden, Head of Client Solutions Architecture, CPA Global, is a trademark attorney and solicitor. She is experienced in working in large and boutique...

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Kurt Wedel

Kurt Wedel, Vice President, Operations at CPA Global’s First To File, is an IP operational professional, who has deployed workflow-based, business process management solutions...

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