Mobility Tech and Intellectual Property: Cross-border Battles Will Impact Auto Supply

Sponsored Content’s latest audio interview  features Phillip Korovesis.  Mr. Korovesis is a shareholder with Butzel Long and is based in their Detroit office.  He is a Litigation Practice Group Leader and also serves as the Chair of the Firm’s Trade Secret and Non-Compete Specialty Team which focuses on trade secret, non-compete and business tort litigation.

In the 10-minute audio interview, Mr. Korovesis discusses these questions:

  • Do new mobility-related technologies mean new or unique problems insofar as protection of the intellectual property underlying those technologies?
  • How might the landscape for use of those technologies impact the protection of the intellectual property that underlies those technologies and developments?
  • So the number of players might change, the faces might change and the technologies that they bring to the mobility game might be new, innovative and fresh, but what will remain the same? And what can OEMs and global suppliers of these technologies do to protect themselves?
  • What about forums for disputes of these new technologies? How will they remain the same or how might they change?
  • And shares his Final Thoughts.

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