Intellectual Property The Hard Way, Part IV: Early IP Disclosure

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As part of our series on Intellectual Property (IP), I am now hearing from around the world. In this installment, Christopher Heer, an intellectual property lawyer from Canada, shares a cautionary tale and some advice around prioritizing patent applications.
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