Do corporate trademark lawyers have a “cultural problem”? Debate rages on how commercially-minded counsel should be 26 Oct 16
Last week’s World Trademark Review event in New York, Managing the Trademark Asset Lifecycle 2016, spurred many debates throughout the day. Arguably the most passionate focused on the claim that there is a “cultural problem” among in-house legal departments, and the question of whether making money from trademarks should be front-of-mind for those working in the modern corporate IP environment.
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