Intellectual property disputes now reach many more industries than they did in the past. No longer do intellectual property lawsuits only involve large corporations in medical and financial sectors. Any company may find itself embroiled in an intellectual property dispute, regardless of the size of the company or the industry in which it operates.
Copyright law has always been complex and dependent on the medium. In the digital age, however, it's taken on new levels. There have been well-publicized battles over ownership rights for music, movies, photographs and more.
When it comes to protecting your intellectual property (IP), there are many factors to consider, but the most important result is having the best litigation attorney at your side to represent your case. Here are four qualities to look for when selecting an IP litigation attorney.
On March 16, 2013, the United States switches to the "First Inventor to File" patent system.This change was established in the America Invents Act (AIA).