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Stradling Startup Blog
September 2017

When a business licenses a trademark, lawyers often warn that if the licensor files for bankruptcy, the licensee could be left without a right to use the mark. This was based on long-standing case law that held a debtor-licensor’s rejection of an IP licensing agreement cuts off the licensee’s right to use the IP. But recent appeals court decisions suggest licensees may be better protected than previously thought. Read more.