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Keeping IP strategy alive


Nick McDonald looks at the characteristics of an effective IP strategy and the dangers of failing to keep it alive in a business

Many high growth firms are excellent at creating IP, but less effective at managing it. That is not surprising, since businesses are rightly focussed on growth and driving revenue. A lot of excellent work is done by in-house legal departments...


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