Joint Ownership Of IP Around The World

Sun Kim
MCM/Sungjoo Group

Vera Lipton
IP Australia

The change of the global environment has created situations where collaboration of two or more people in research, development or creating an invention has become increasingly common. It may sound fair and simple that such “joint” collaborative development outcome should be “jointly owned” between the parties. In practice, joint ownership of intellectual property is anything but simple: it can lead to uncertainties about the need to apply for to the need to commercialize and even the need to enforce such rights.


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