While “hacking” is a term often associated with illegal behavior, legal hackathons have become a source of new ideas across industries. Yet how intellectual property is approached at the start can impact the success of the project, or lack thereof. In this edition of IP Literature Watch, we also explore the potential impact of Brexit on shaping UK copyright and China’s Belt and Road Initiative and its role in facilitating international and regional cooperation on intellectual property matters.
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SEP licensing in the United States: Understanding the impact on US business
US Business Survey On behalf of ACT | The App Association, consultants with Charles River Associates undertook a survey of US businesses that use technical...