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David Farquharson gives a talk on new ventures at UCL

David Farquharson

On the 18th October 2016 Ignition Law Co-Founder, David Farquharson, gave a talk to the New Venture Creation Group at UCL on Intellectual Property and Legal Structures.

David discussed IP protection, legal foundations, and different organisations and businesses. The talk covered setting up a business, entering into business with partners/investors and incentive planning for employees.

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