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Perilous Provisions

Recorded on: Mar. 15, 2018
Running Time: 01:01:35

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Taken from the Web Program Advanced Trademark Law 2018: Current Issues Recorded March 2018 in New York

Perilous Provisions [01:01:35]

Settlement, licensing and coexistence provisions that can land you in court

  • Practical tips for preparing license agreements to mitigate parties’ legal and financial risks
  • Drafting settlement and coexistence arrangements properly in order to maintain cost-effective ways to resolve legal disputes

James H. Johnson, Jr.

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  • Perilous Provisions: Settlement, Licensing and Coexistence Provisions That Can Land You in Court (Outline)
    James H. Johnson, Jr.

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  • Perilous Provisions: Settlement, Licensing And Coexistence Provisions That Can Land You In Court
    James H.. Johnson, Jr.
James H. Johnson, Jr. ~ IP Counsel, Eversheds Sutherland LLP
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