When starting a business, a lot of founders are turning to international outsourcing. While this may be an innovative solution to your immediate need for tech talent, the question of how to protect your intellectual property when outsourcing software development has probably crossed your mind.

Carly Klein

Carly Klein is a law student at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles. A graduate from Boston University with a B.A. in political science and philosophy, she has experience in marketing, communications, and sales. She is a Los Angeles native and seeks to pursue a career in IP and business litigation.

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How to Protect IP When Outsourcing Software Development

When starting a business, a lot of founders are turning to international outsourcing. While this may be an innovative solution to your immediate need for tech talent, the question of how to protect your intellectual property when outsourcing software development has probably crossed your mind. Read more »

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When starting a business, a lot of founders are turning to international outsourcing. While this may be an innovative solution to your immediate need for tech talent, the question of how to protect your intellectual property when outsourcing software development has probably crossed your mind.