Taking your trademark practice paperless

By Michelle Dorman Levin

IP law, and in particular trademark prosecution, is especially well suited to a paperless workflow. A swift survey of the pros and cons suggests that while it might feel like a wrench, there is much to recommend ditching the documents

You may have noticed that your doctor’s office has electronic patient charts and that you now conduct most of your personal banking online. It seems inevitable that in the not-so-distant future, paper files will become obsolete; so why not apply this change to your trademark practice?

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