Getting the best of both worlds

Imagine the following scenario: Your longtime client, a privately held company with $500 million in annual revenue, approaches you wanting to file a patent-infringement suit enforcing its rights in its top-selling product against a global conglomerate with several billion dollars in assets. Your client’s general counsel asks you to consider a contingent arrangement, but you cannot …

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