Trade secrets are intangible assets, here are key questions management teams, c-suites, and boards should ask however.
Intellectual Property Enforcements and Holder Rights
Patent value and competitive advantages are increasingly about due diligence, asset monitoring, and deterrence.
Intangible Assets: Nine facts management teams and boards absolutely need to know!
Growing agreement – appreciation among company management teams that intellectual property and other forms of intangible assets are valuable and warrant not just protection, but regular monitoring.
In a significant percentage of business transactions intangible assets and IP will be in play, but vulnerable to misappropriation and/or infringement.
As employee allegiance and loyalty become more nebulous there will be more challenges ahead for companies to sustain control, use, ownership, and value of their intangible assets, IP, trade secrets, and proprietary/sensitive information.