by Mark V. Muller and Annemarie Meike
Mark V. Muller
Schwegman, Lundberg &
Woessner, P.A., Shareholder
San Antonio, TX, USA
Business Development Executive
Livermore, CA, USA
Surely developing countries are called such because they are evolving and developing infrastructure. One would imagine that taking on a patent prosecution and protection infrastructure, which is required for a licensee and licensor to believe there is value in licensing, would be one of the longer-term, lower-priority issues for a developing country. Are patented technologies making a difference in the third world in any respect? Again, they are likely not.
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