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Three Angles for Unearthing a Company’s Patent Portfolio

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Performing a thorough search for a company’s patent portfolio is more difficult than it sounds.

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Two Time-Saving Features for Your Patent Search

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When you sit down to begin a new patent search, do you first look at the clock? Do you wonder how much you can possibly accomplish before lunch? Can you …

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Do You Own Your Invention?

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When you find the solution to a problem, you want to believe that you are the first, it is your idea, and you own all the rights and associated benefits.

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