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Employee’s Intellectual Property Rights

Litigating employees’ or service providers’ intellectual property rights cases in Brazil can take a long time, starting with procedural incidents challenging court competence aspects, going through the evidence phase at the heart of the classification analysis stage, which often includes hearing witnesses, and finally, discussing at length the assessment of accounting criteria and award quantification, that can affect 50% of the company’s net profits.
Click below to read the full chapter of Employee's Intellectual Property Rights – Brazil, written by Elisabeth Kasznar for AIPPI Law Series, published by "Kluwer Kaw international B.V.". 

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