AustraliaThe commercial impact of a changing legal landscape in Australia

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In a business environment in which intangible assets continue to represent an ever-increasing proportion of the value of a corporation, actively managing these assets in the boardroom is becoming a key duty of directors. Several Australian decisions issued during the last year highlight the pitfalls for senior business echelons of relegating matters of intellectual asset management to lower levels of the organisation or misunderstanding their duties and obligations to the business.


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