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An Intellectual Property Fund

Thursday, June 11, 2009
Seeks to build a diverse portfolio of patents related to various products, services, technologies, market applications and extracts revenue by engaging the assets in a structured licensing program ….

A SQUARE :: 11Jun09 An Intellectual Property Fund
Category Intellectual Property
Faculty John Scahill
Expertise Intellectual Property
Author Sona Blessing
Faculty Name
“The strategic engagement and management of the licensing activities is a complex process that if managed appropriately can significantly mitigate possibility of capital loss while also enhancing overall economic value of the asset.”
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