Intellectual Property Rights: The Key Issues

This Note discusses the main categories of intellectual property (IP) rights in the US and their management, including IP ownership, assignment and licensing.  It also examines the issues that arise surrounding business transactions involving IP, including M&A and finance transactions as well as their basic tax treatment under federal law. 

David Marsh, Colleen McDuffie, Kristen Riemenschneider, Jan Siok and Vinita Kailasanath, Arnold & Porter LLP with Practical Law Intellectual Property & Technology


 

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