While you may not find yourself in the middle of a global patent infringement battle like the Apple Samsung case, there are things you can learn from Apple (and Samsung's) litigation strategy.
Let's say your company developed a new technology and spent considerable fees in properly filing and registering the patents. As the technology gained popularity, you quickly notice that others -- including much larger competitors -- have developed similar technology.
Fresh from the news of Apple enforcing its patents against Samsung, you may be eager to sue all your competitors too. However, unless you have the war chest of Apple, you may need to think twice before jumping into developing your litigation strategy, reports Forbes.