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You have a strong brand. I have a strong brand. Let’s make money together! That’s the business case for co-branding. While there are many benefits to brands working together to leverage their respective bottom lines, there are also pitfalls and uncertainty when the issues are not thought through or when unresolved legal questions threaten the enforceability of the subject intellectual property licenses. When lawyers represent a partner in a potential co-branding situation, they must be sure to help the client think through the legal and nonlegal implications of such an arrangement to ensure all involved get the benefit of their bargain.
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