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Going global is the new mantra in the patent transactions market

A record-breaking deal between Nokia and Provenance Asset Group shows just how important multinational patent portfolios now are to the patent buy-side

Never look back with regrets, so the old saying goes; but there are a few patent deal makers right now who could be excused for forgetting that golden rule. At the recent IPBC Asia event in Tokyo, there was much discussion about how these days it is highly unusual for anyone to buy a patent portfolio – even at current knockdown prices – unless it contains a good smattering of non-US rights.

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