Under close inspection

Are IP licences the next target for national security reviews? Ian DiBernardo and Chris Brewster examine pending US legislation that would open up more scrutiny over foreign IP deals

2018-02-28 10:26:36.0

Intellectual property (IP) and technology transactions with foreign entities may soon be subject to additional US government scrutiny and potential unwinding. On 8 November 2017, Senator John Cornyn and a bi-partisan group of co-sponsors introduced S 2098, the ‘Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act of 2017’ (“FIRRMA”).1

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