Survey: International IP litigation flourishes in down economy

05/18/2009 | IP Law & Business

An international watchdog agency is expanding its staff to handle the one healthy area of corporate law -- intellectual property. The International Trade Commission saw 36 patent cases filed in 2008, slightly lower than 2007 but still healthy. Firms are more often taking their cases before the ITC rather than the federal court system, which is seen as being less than sympathetic.

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