What is IP Litigation?
IP litigation refers to legal disputes and court proceedings related to intellectual property (IP) rights, such as patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets. These disputes can arise when one party alleges that another party has infringed on their IP rights. IP litigation may also come up when there is a disagreement over the ownership or licensing of intellectual property. IP litigation can involve complex legal and technical issues and may be handled by specialized attorneys or law firms. The outcome of IP litigation can have significant implications for the parties involved, as it can affect their ability to use and profit from their intellectual property.
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