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Joint Ventures: protection of intellectual property on exit

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Nigel Parker

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22 July 2009

As the economic downturn leads many businesses, keen to maximize revenues from existing sources, to give increased attention to IP portfolios, the JV is expected to become an increasingly popular model for achieving growth.

Businesses, however, are increasingly concerned about losing control over IP when conducting a JV or upon a JV's termination.

In a recent article published in the Journal of Intellectual Property Law and Practice, senior associate Nigel Parker explores the issues.

Joint Ventures: protection of intellectual property on exit