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IP Warranties v. IP Indemnification

By on August 25, 2018 in Commercial, Contracts, Intellectual Property

Morgan Lewis discusses a frequent point of contention between parties negotiating the allocation of risk related to intellectual property rights in connection with the acquisition of intellectual property: the interplay between the warranty and indemnification sections.

In the post, authors Emily R. Lowe and Susan Milyavsky break down what to look for in these sections and how minor changes in the language can significantly change the rights a party is granting or receiving.

The post is part of the firm’s Contract Corner series in the Tech & Sourcing blog.

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