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Investment in IP-Deficient Startups - A Risk Perspective

Entrepreneurs are quite apprehensive of the early stages of a new business, and they understand that it is an unbelievably engrossing time and thus they focus on constructing the primary team, structuring the company, inviting investors, developing the product, and developing elementary partnerships, sales channels, and marketing plans. All this poses a challenge to concurrently focus on IP issues. However, this early time period is also a critical time to secure that a business takes steps to protect its core intellectual property and avoids the risk of third-party intellectual property affairs. There is a greater reason for having a solid grasp of intellectual property and developing an IP strategy that is in terms with the business as it is a crucial part of deve