INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

The Innovation Economy: IP as the Engine to Drive Entrepreneurship

What's law got to do with it?

, New Jersey Law Journal

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In a global economy, technology licensing and transfer of technology are important factors in strategic alliances and international joint ventures in order to maintain a competitive edge in a market economy. What role do intellectual property attorneys play in this "innovation economy," and what do they need to know?

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