International Practice Differences
This book focuses on United States patent law and it is left to the practitioners of Europe, Japan and other key patent areas to educate the practitioners and scientists of the world on their local laws. At the same time, the patent beachhead that a company gains for overseas markets through a well-crafted, global patent position cannot be ignored. More and more, the net profits from overseas markets make the difference between commercial success and mediocrity, whether a company is based in Cleveland, Köln or Kyoto.
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