Courts Divide Over Intellectual Property Licensee’s Rights When Bankrupt Licensor Rejects License

April 30, 2013 | Corporate | Insurance Coverage | Intellectual Property

Celeste M. Butera, a partner in the firm’s Insurance Coverage & Litigation and Intellectual Property Practice Groups and Stuart I. Gordon and Matthew V. Spero, members of the firm’s Corporate & Commercial Practice Group, co-authored, “Court’s Divide Over Intellectual Property Licensee’s Rights When Bankrupt Licensor Rejects License,” which appeared in the April/May 2013 issue of Pratts Journal of Bankruptcy Law. 

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