Setting the stage early in IP litigation to control expenses in later acts

These concepts should assist in-house counsel to structure the early stages of the litigation so that the costs in the later stages are manageable

The first article in this series discussed the importance of assembling a cast of supporting players that will provide value for in-house counsel facing IP litigation. The next step in this process is to lay the groundwork to ensure the ongoing litigation expenses are controllable and predictable. These concepts should assist in-house counsel to structure the early stages of the litigation so that the costs in the later stages are manageable.

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Seth Trimble

Seth Trimble is an attorney with Taylor English Duma LLP and member of the firm’s Intellectual Property Litigation practice group. His practice includes intellectual property...

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Coby Nixon

Coby Nixon is an attorney with Taylor English Duma LLP and member of the firm’s Intellectual Property Litigation practice group. His practice includes all areas...

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