Good, Fast, Cheap Certainty

The Good-Cheap-Fast exhaustive method - marketing concept on a paper and a pencilWalter Egbert and I co-wrote “Good, Fast, Cheap Certainty: The Case for Patent Office Litigation,” which was published recently in The New York Law Journal.  The article examines the attractiveness of IPR as an alternative to traditional litigation due to its cost and speed advantages, as well as for the certainty it provides to business executives seeking to de-risk intellectual property issues.  A complimentary copy is available through the link above.

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