Post details: New Book: Intellectual Property in Business Organizations

New Book: Intellectual Property in Business Organizations

Posted by Jay on August 23rd, 2006

I am happy to report that a three-year effort by Prof. Richard Gruner, Prof. Shubha Ghosh and myself has reached an exciting outcome. Lexis-Nexis has just published our new casebook, Intellectual Property in Business Organizations.

The book deals with the IP issues faced by firms, from start-ups to large, publicly traded companies. Unlike other IP books that largely focus on the acquisition and enforcement of IP rights, this book deals with the transactional side of IP. It focuses on the business issues related to IP: ownership, licensing, financing based on IP, stock disclosures, and the antitrust, tax, bankruptcy, and mergers and acquisitions issues raised by IP.

Any comments or suggestions for improvement are most welcome.

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