Intellectual Property Strategic Counseling


Joel E. Tragesser featured in article “Indiana patent law delaying demand letters”

The Indiana Lawyer

Below is an excerpt:

Since Indiana passed a law in 2015 aimed at curtailing frivolous patent infringement lawsuits, intellectual property attorney Joel Tragesser has not heard much rumbling.

The silence is a remarkable contrast to the cacophony of voices that erupted a few years ago when an earlier version of the law was floated before the Intellectual Property Section of the Indiana State Bar Association. Tragesser, partner at Quarles & Brady LLP, was section chair at the time and remembered a consensus was difficult to reach with attorneys holding differing views depending on whether they represented plaintiffs or defendants in patent litigation.

Originally published in The Indiana Lawyer, April 20, 2016

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