By: Partner Peter Lando & Counsel Tom McNulty
Published in Today’s General Counsel
Your business develops an exciting new idea, one that could shape the field for years to come. You quickly file a patent application and bring the idea to market, only to have a competitor copy it and undercut your pricing. Your patent attorney tells you it could be several years before your application is allowed as a patent. What can you do to stop your competitor in this circumstance?