Taxation of Intellectual Property and Technology
Taxation of Intellectual Property and Technology fully integrates the latest legislative, administrative, and judicial changes in the tax law as well as the patent, trademark, and copyright and trade secret laws. In addition, the book covers Internet taxation and international taxation. It is a comprehensive guide to the federal tax consequences of the development, purchase, sale and licensing of intellectual properties, including inventions (whether or not patentable), trade secrets, trademarks, trade names, copyrights, and computer software. Because of the highly transitory nature of the tax law and of the intellectual property law, rapid pace of technological development, especially the development of electronic commerce and the Internet, and the complex and often uncertain interplay between the two, Taxation of Intellectual Property and Technology is a must-have resource for intellectual property professionals, taxation professionals, and for general attorneys and accountants having some familiarity with either taxation or intellectual property.
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Taxation of Intellectual Property and Technology,
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