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International corporate rescue: intellectual property licenses and US bankruptcy law

Intellectual property assets have characteristics that set them apart from other classes of assets. An important question is how the owner’s right to control the intellectual property and the licensee’s right to exploit it are treated in bankruptcy. This question becomes even more complicated when the license and the bankruptcy are international in scope.

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