What Did We Just Acquire? An Introduction to the Taxation of Acquired Intangibles

In addition to being developed in-house, intellectual property (“IP”) can obviously be acquired from third parties. IP acquisitions may be more germane now than in the recent past as developers race to create and monetize artificial intelligence (“AI”) tools.  But, while AI platforms might be the shiniest and most interesting objects in the current IP arena, acquirers still have to deal with much older (and mundane) tax questions like: (i) what is being acquired and (ii) how is its cost…
By: Gray Reed
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