My friend Jill Bowman is blogging a series about saving money in patent litigation. In her words:
“I’m going to do something unusual. I’m going to write from the prospective of a client while using the knowledge that I’ve gained as a patent litigation attorney. I’m going to discuss what I would do if I were paying the lawyers to win a typical patent case.
My goal is to help companies pick the best attorneys for the job, ask the hard questions and demand the accountability from the lawyers that will reduce litigation bills without compromising the ability to win the case.”
I look forward to the series, as Jill is always thoughtful.