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Special report: The changing role of the in-house trademark counsel

Ed Conlon, London


Managing IP surveyed in-house lawyers in a range of jurisdictions and industries throughout April and May to find out how their role is changing and what they can do in response

The survey was split into three parts, the first of which examined the nature of in-house trademark work and what lawyers...


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