By: Partner Peter Lando and Patent Agent John Spangenberger
Published on StartupNation
As coworking spaces grow in popularity, entrepreneurs may be placing their intellectual property in jeopardy.
While many coworking spaces emphasize the synergy that stems from the free flow of ideas among tenants (both symbolized and facilitated by the absence of physical barriers between working areas), entrepreneurs should be aware of the risks inherent to such low-privacy environments.
While the explosive growth of coworking spaces is a testament to the effectiveness of such open-format environments, how can entrepreneurs protect their intellectual property?
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