A Guide To Conducting IP Due Diligence In M&A

Law360, New York (January 7, 2014, 10:48 AM EST) -- Based on the information gathered during your preliminary overview and any documentation or schedules produced by the target company, create a list of the intellectual property assets at issue in the transaction. For each listed asset or bundle of related assets, consider the importance of the asset or assets to the transaction and rank them accordingly in terms of priority and depth of investigation warranted. This list will form the basis for your due diligence review.

There are three primary areas of focus for the IP...
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