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In Person: Google’s Senior IP Counsel John LaBarre

Issued: January 06 2016

John LaBarre is an in-house patent attorney at Google, who works on the patent transaction team, heading up the group’s efforts in Asia and working on such technologies as search, robotics and technologies coming out of Nest Labs. Johnny Chan catches up with him at the BIP Asia Forum to talk about patent issues – and the future of Google.

 

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