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Intellectual Property: The perils of goodwill

Intellectual Property: The perils of goodwill

The common law property right of goodwill is important to any business, but its fundamental nature is often mis-understood, which results in it being mis-treated by those trying to rely upon it, sometimes with disastrous consequences. In this webinar, Michael Edenborough QC presents an update on the topic and taking questions live.

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