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IP Due Diligence – put simply (with the 6 T’s) January 8, 2007

Posted by mais in Patent.
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Duncan Bucknell  talks about the  ‘6T’ framework for analysing IP issues.  This article uses the same framework to show you how to simply structure an IP due diligence. 

Just to remind you, here are the 6 T’s:

1 ­- Type of IP

2 – Time (until expiry)

3 – Territories (in which IP is held/registered)

4 – Terminated (ie the status of the IP)

5 – Technical Scope of the monopoly

6 – True monopoly? (validity)

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