Today’s dynamic and unpredictable economic climate has accelerated the need for companies to shore up performance by leveraging IP, including the buying and selling of patents. Patents are being purchased to strengthen licensing programs, create counter-claims in litigation, and support strategic business decisions. They are also being sold as a way for companies to gain quick revenue, reduce maintenance fees, and streamline patent portfolios to align with their core business. Depending on the deal value and transaction purpose, investing in legal and technical due diligence helps assess the overall value of the portfolio and minimizes the risk of the transaction.

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Seminar Date:
August 23, 2011
What Makes For Good Patent Due Diligence?
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