Personal property securities reforms and intellectual property

Allens Arthur Robinson 

In brief: The far-reaching personal property securities reform is due to come into force in May 2011 and companies with significant intellectual property assets will be affected by the sweeping changes the new legislation will bring to Australia’s commercial law. Partners Diccon Loxton (view CV) and Tim Golder (view CV), Special Counsel Rebecca Sadleir (view CV) and Senior Associate Robyn Chatwood report on how the changes will affect IP owners.

This is the fourth in a series of Focus articles that looks at the effect of the new legislation across a range of industries.

 

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