InternationalIP issues in open innovation and collaboration

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An engineer in Company A wants to enter into a research and development (R&D) collaboration within a research consortium. After considering the matter, Company A decides that the rules regarding ownership and licensing of the intellectual property created or developed within the consortium are not flexible enough and so does not participate in any collaborative research endeavour within the consortium.


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