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Ethical Issues Arising in IP Monetization  

Recorded on: Apr. 20, 2018
Running Time: 00:59:22

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Taken from the Web Program IP Monetization and Investment 2018: Maximize Your Financial and Strategic Options Recorded April 2018 in New York.

Ethical Issues Arising in IP Monetization [00:59:22]

In this segment, ethical considerations arising in IP assertions and monetization transactions are examined, including ethical conflicts considerations such as those arising in connection with IP litigation financing. These include rules regarding confidentiality of information shared by the client, the exercise of independent judgment by counsel, and the provision of unbiased, candid legal advice, referral of clients to litigation financiers, and fee-splitting.

Marla A. Decker

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    Marla A. Decker
Marla A. Decker ~ Lake Whillans Litigation Finance LLC
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