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Re: Business method patent lawyer
« Reply #10 on: Jun 1st, 2006, 10:09pm »
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Yeah, conflicts issues was my first concern with Richard's (Wiscagent's) clever approach.  However, there is so much churn in e-commerce -- mainly on the client's end -- that it's worth a shot.  I'd say that I'm handling about 20% or less of the portfolio's that I was handling in the late 1990s.  Just to be clear, 20% of the same specific portfolios, not the number of portfolios.  Many got bought by bigger businesses.  Several just ceased operations.  Then there's the ordinary churn as in-house attorneys leave/join the clients and may have well-established relationships with preferred providers.
So, it's worth a shot.  If you run into a conflicts issue using Richard's approach, ask for a referral to another good e-commerce attorney.  The only thing better than Richard's approach is to get the attorney that that attorney admires.
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