I really think patent drafters have a very, very difficult job. They’re drafting for the inventor in front of them. If they’re outside counsel, they’re also drafting for their partner and they’re drafting for the in-house counsel. They’re also drafting for the patent examiner or perhaps the PTAB, the judge, the jury, the European patent examiners and so on and so forth. And it’s really hard to write this one-size-fits-all document. And oh, by the way, do it really cheap in a fixed amount of time. And then you get the scrutiny of litigators later on. It’s a really difficult task.

Micky Minhas

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