Protecting IP Through Employment Law

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Oftentimes, a patent case will not be decided by patent law, but by employment law. If an invention was developed by an employee or a third-party contractor without the proper agreements in place, the company may find itself without any patent rights over a valuable piece of technology. Attorneys Seth Northrop and David Prange offer advice for companies seeking to secure critical patent rights and protect their trade secrets.
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