|Both proactive and defensive
can be expensive and labour-intensive
for IP litigants ...
Among the things that might particularly interest the patent-litigating reader of this weblog are the references to game theory as a means of assessing the basis on which to progress and/or settle a dispute and the question whether -- when so much information is available to both sides in a dispute -- one might expect more of them to settle without the need to go to court.
These and other matters are topics on which PatLit will be delighted to hear from readers. If anyone would like to write a critique of Nicola's post which this weblog can host, can such person please email me here and let me know.