IPReg ABS (alternative business structures) – Licensing Consultation
17 September 2012
The IP Federation has submitted a response to the consultation on becoming a licensing authority for alternative business structures (ABS) with a closing date of 17 September 2012.
The IP Federation is looking for confirmation that IPReg is not intending to include companies employing in-house attorneys within the ABS regulation, and hopes to be included in any consultation on the ABS regulation. We are offering to review the draft regulation to ensure in-house IP departments are not inadvertently included in the regulation.
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