IP In A Financial Center: Ireland Vs. Cayman Islands

Law360, New York (August 21, 2014, 10:16 AM EDT) -- Necessity may be the mother of invention, however innovation coupled with intellectual property rights exploitation should not be underestimated. In today's world, intellectual property, its protection and consequent revenue stream is vital to the growth of startups and global corporations alike. How and where a corporation structures its intellectual property can have a significant impact on the returns it can generate and keep. This article discusses the intellectual property regime in each of Ireland and the Cayman Islands, two major and robust international financial centers.

Ireland is a leading location for the development, management and exploitation of intellectual property, and one...

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