Excerpt from Patents: A Hand-Book of Information for Attorneys-at-Law Engaged in General Practice
It is of course not intended to be a guide to the actual handling of cases, for the subject is a big one and any attempt to detail the same would defeat the very result aimed at. Moreover, unless an attorney has had actual and thorough training and experience in the conduct of patent cases, he should, by all means, place such matters as are presented to him, in the hands of an associate who has thus specialized.
I will be glad to give any further information at my command on the subject of patents, trade marks, copyrights and the like, and will be glad to personally consider and report on any specific matter submitted to me.
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