Lonely Planet's IP journey
After it started life as a kitchen-table publishing operation, generations of globe-trotting backpackers clutching Lonely Planet guidebooks have turned the Melbourne-based company into an internationally recognized brand. General counsel Chaman Sidhu tells Emma Barraclough how she manages its growing portfolio of IP rights
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