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IP Clinic: My company is interested in open innovation, but how can we protect our rights?


More and more companies are considering using open innovation models to develop new and innovative products. But how should we structure agreements with third parties that protect our rights?

The in-house counsel

Open innovation started in the consumer electronics domain, gradually moved to consumer goods and is now used in more complex healthcare technologies and pharma.

At Philips we believe open innovation is here to stay and are entering...


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