Changes in Legal Personnel


Brad D. Rose, Chairman of Pryor Cashman’s Intellectual Property Group, writes a monthly column for industry trade publication Royaltie$ Magazine. This month's column is entitled “Changes In Legal Personnel.”

In the article, which appears in the April 2008 issue, Rose discusses what happens when there is a change of legal personnel at a licensor. The new team often wants to change the long-held licensing contracts to reflect their own footprint. As a result, simple deals, and long-held agreements, get held up to redefine existing, agreed-upon issues. In his article, Rose explains how this can be avoided.

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