Ipglossary.com is a practical glossary for managers, executives and technologists as well as lawyers working in IP in an international environment. The glossary provides practical explanations of key legal and business terms, slang and jargon in a large number of technology related fields including intellectual property, licensing, venture capital, corporate and securities law, antitrust and competition law, and of course terms relevant to technology, in general.
Ipglossary.com is based on the book “International Technology Law & Business, A Practical Glossary” written by Colm Mackernan, an international technology lawyer with substantial experience practising in the United States, Asia and Europe along with contributions from his colleagues at Origin International IP and Technology law, in London.
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List of contributors:
Colm Mackernan, Takaaki Nagashima, Peter Langley, Robert Carolina, Robert Pocknell, David Bottomley, Amanda Brock, Johan Orneblad, Peter Spours, Mark Paxman.
List of online contributors:
Matthias Sonntag, Andrew Sant, Alfonso Sabán and Ruth Hennessy .
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