A company owns that a U.S. patent can enforce its patent protection in three ways: by filing a lawsuit in U.S. federal court by action in the International Trade Commission, or by the World Trade Organization. This note describes the advantages and disadvantages of pursuing either of the latter two options to deploy it.

A company owns that a U.S. patent can enforce its patent protection in three ways: by filing a lawsuit in U.S. federal court by action in the International Trade Commission, or by the World Trade Organization. This note describes the advantages and disadvantages of pursuing either of the latter two options to deploy it.
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Robert C. Pozen,
Jordan Hirsch
8 pages.
Release Date: 4 August 2008. Prod #: 309022-PDF-ENG
International enforcement of U.S. patents HBR case solution

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