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3 Critical Questions You Must Ask Before Licensing an IP

July 6, 20170 Comments

Licensing in the right type of intellectual property can be a fast track to the commercial marketplace. But if you fail to ask the right questions, you can wind up with an IP that costs you more than just a licensing fee. When you’re looking to license in an IP, the first thing you must […]

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6 Steps to Avoid Getting Caught in the Cloudy IP Rights Quagmire

September 26, 20160 Comments

As a licensee, you are making a substantial investment to time, money and resources to license and commercialize an intellectual property. Your due diligence efforts will help insure your best chance of success with the IP.

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The First Thing You Must Do Before Licensing Rights to an IP

June 20, 20160 Comments

As a licensee, you are making a substantial investment to time, money and resources to license and commercialize an intellectual property. Your due diligence efforts will help insure your best chance of success with the IP.

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Are You Taking a Shortcut to a Bad Licensing Deal?

March 16, 20160 Comments

Taking short cuts to get a deal done quickly is tempting. While taking the easy way may seem like a good idea, you can wind up with a bad licensing partner and an agreement riddled with pot holes that can lead to disagreements, wasted time, effort and money, and ultimately a damaged relationship with your […]

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4 Key Questions for Licensor Due Diligence

February 17, 20150 Comments

Due diligence is a necessary and important step when considering a licensing partner. This applies both to licensing in and licensing out. The process of due diligence is basically to get as much information as possible about the potential partner.   Every licensing deal should begin with researching a potential licensee. The first step in […]

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