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IP Practice: Mayer Brown LLP

Law360 (December 10, 2008, 12:00 AM EST) -- The proliferation of Internet-based businesses presents entrepreneurs and consumers with a world of possibilities, but also raises novel and often complex intellectual property questions that have been keeping lawyers and courts busy, according to members of Mayer Brown LLP's intellectual property practice.

A business can go global with the click of a mouse, but intellectual property rights still vary widely by jurisdiction, and making sure a business complies with the laws of every territory it touches creates a tremendous amount of work for companies and lawyers...
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