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The Licensing Journal, Volume 42, Number 9
Kilpatrick Townsend attorneys Farah Cook and Michelle Tyde recently presented “What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You: Best Practices and Hot Topics For Patent & Technology Licensing Transactions” at the firm’s Kilpatrick Townsend Intellectual Property Seminar (KTIPS). KTIPS is an intensive, two-day patent strategy and protection seminar designed to provide insightful and in-depth training related to current developments in patent law, and how those affect patent procurement and enforcement strategies.
Read their key takeaways from the presentation in The Licensing Journal.
Farah F. Cook
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