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Brands and the Credit Crunch: Back to Basics

Issued: January 01 2009

Has the credit crunch led to tight resources at your company? Melinda Upton and Elizabeth Ireland of Blake Dawson argue that the tough economic conditions are precisely the reason to protect – and even enhance – your intellectual property.

 

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