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You may not think of IP and insurance as being bedfellows, but their relationship is closer than it might appear, as WIPR reports.
Traditionally regarded as slow-moving and reluctant to use new technologies, the insurance industry is now gearing up for change. As disruptors move into the marketplace and technologies develop at breakneck speed, the industry has realised that innovation is the key to survival.
"The presence of a patent is likely to deter egregious wouldbe infringers." - Alexander Urbelis,
Blackstone Law Group
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