Better IP Organization Equals Less IP Litigation

Law360, New York (May 20, 2010, 12:38 PM EDT) -- There are few areas of the law as complex and which implicate a broader cross-section of a company's assets than intellectual property. A compounding factor is that many IP issues are international in character and involve different laws, customs and approaches. Thus, proper organization of a company's IP assets is a key factor in successfully managing even the smallest IP portfolios.

Undocumented innovation frequently results in missed opportunities to gain a competitive edge or increased market share. Worse yet, it can result in litigation where it...
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