What To Do If Your Client Buys Your Opponent's Case In Interference Late In The Game

Dec 2004 – Article
Intellectual Property Today, Vol. 11, No. 12 at page 26 (2004).

Many interferences are settled by one party’s buying the other party’s application or patent in interference. When that happens, counsel for the buying party is of course required to inform the APJ that his or her client is now the dominus litis.....