Main Menu
Print PDF

IP Due Diligence | December 5, 2012

A properly conducted Due Diligence Search can sometimes be a difficult, complicated, and a timely process. Randy Friedberg, discusses issues that should be applied when undertaking a Due Diligence Investigation during a company merger, acquisition, takeover or sale. Randy explains what to do when negotiating a license or franchise agreement. He concludes his discussion covering buying or selling a patent, trademark, or copyright. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Defining the Purpose and Scope
  • Confidentiality Obligations
  • IP Due Diligence Results and Reports
  • Conclusion 
Back to Page