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Avoiding Mistakes

Issued: March 01 2012

When an intellectual property licensing agreement works, it’s a thing of beauty, but when it goes wrong, it often goes very wrong. Gregory Glass reports on common mistakes rights owners make when licensing their intellectual property.

 

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