Category Archive for "IP Licensing"

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IP due diligence in corporate transactions

The strength of a company’s intellectual property portfolio often drives the value of corporate transactions. Regardless of whether you are the acquisition target or the buyer in a transaction involving IP, the due diligence process should be designed to reveal the value of the intangible assets—patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets. IP due diligence should ideally be conducted at the onset of negotiations. This not only allows a more reasoned value of the IP to be determined, but also enables proactive corrective action if any legal concerns are identified that may otherwise affect its valuation.

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Playing the Ratings Game

Ninth Circuit provides RAND rate guidance We generally take it for granted that our various technological devices can work well together. That interoperability, however, requires the often contentious negotiation of patent licenses on so-called “reasonable and nondiscriminatory (RAND)” terms.

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IP Due Diligence Considerations in Corporate Transactions

The strength of a company’s intellectual property portfolio often drives the value of corporate transactions. Regardless of whether you are the target company or the buyer in a business transaction involving IP, the due diligence process should be designed to reveal the value of the intangible assets—patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets.

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