IP Litigation Annual Spending Continues to Climb

Even though there’s been a drop in the number of IP litigation actions handled by large corporations, that annual spending on these matters continues to increase, according to research by Morrison & Foerster.

The law firm conducted a study among intellectual property legal decision-makers to gauge the current trends and changes in IP litigation at large corporations.

The study showed that as the number of IP cases has declined by 26% since 2015, the amount of money that companies spend on intellectual property litigation is at an all-time high.

Read more at Attorney at Law Magazine.