Intellectual Property Rights in Complex Cross-Border Operations
A common problem that arises in complex cross-border operations involving intellectual property is something referred to as the coordination problem. Rights under the law in one country may be exploited under the laws of another country. These problems can be addressed contractually if proper forethought is given.
Jim Loftis, head of V&E’s International Dispute Resolution practice, shares a proactive approach to addressing coordination problems.
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