Start-up attorney Jonathan Gworek was quoted in today’s Mass High Tech article, Failed takeoff leaves entrepreneurs with orphaned IP, by writer Jill Gambon, which looks at the long-term strategy for a company’s intellectual property, even when the company doesn’t make it.
The Mass. High Tech article reads in part:
“In a down market, some businesses defer selling and wait for the market to rebound or for buyers to emerge. These companies will often “mothball” operations and spend just enough to keep up with fees for patents, trademarks and other IP until they are ready to sell, according to Jonathan Gworek, an attorney with Morse Barnes-Brown & Pendleton in Waltham, who represents emerging technology companies.”
To learn more, read the full article…