Behind the deal: Baker McKenzie talks through $58m ‘Hush Puppies’ IP sale
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Behind the deal: Baker McKenzie talks through $58m ‘Hush Puppies’ IP sale

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Bertha Ho, of counsel at Baker McKenzie

Bertha Ho, who helped the Hush Puppies owner with the sale of its IP rights in China and Hong Kong SAR, explains how to navigate complex transactions in the region

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