PLAYING WITH FIRE: BAD THINGS HAPPEN WHEN PATENT APPLICATIONS ARE NOT FILED CORRECTLY

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When things go "bad" in the world of patent applications, they can go really, REALLY bad. Landmark Screens, LLC, v. Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, LLP and Thomas D. Kohler is a chilling example of what happens when a U.S. patent application is not filed correctly. The original "error" occured in 2003. The ensuing malpractice lawsuit finally settled on January 2, 2013, almost 10 years later.

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