â€œTax consequences, payment, currency, and other financial challenges are important issues to consider when structuring international licensing agreements. Many intellectual property and other transactional attorneys, however, do not have sufficient understanding of these issues or give them appropriate consideration. This article aims to identify these issues and to suggest best practices or approaches by which to address these issues and to improve the collection of payments under international licensing agreements. . . .
First, this article posits the view that there are three stages of an international intellectual property licensing transactional relationship. Focusing on the negotiations stage, this article provides an economic model of the financial considerations that affect the parties' respective positions as to royalty pricing. In particular, the model addresses the factors that licensors should consider with respect to international royalty pricing.â€
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