American and European Union’s trade negotiators arrived in Beijing…recently for five days of talks. Businesses and citizens of the affected countries could reasonably assume, from… Read More
'Safeguarding Intangible Assets'
The answer to the question presented in this post’s title is actually, quite straight forward…i.e., recognition for and effective exploitation of, intangible assets which can,… Read More
Business leaders frequently complain about regulatory constraints…but often, such constraints are actually manifestations of convention and deeply rooted ‘past practice’. One consequence of this of… Read More
I am hard pressed to understand why presidential administrations, cabinet secretaries, media pundits, and yes, even corporate c-suites…consistently mischaracterize, perhaps misunderstand, how to correctly describe… Read More
Today’s globally interwoven business (transaction) environments are increasingly competitive, predatorial, and winner-take-all…in fact, it’s nearly a given, that company’s intellectual properties are not merely vulnerable,… Read More
The U.S. administration is portraying China as the key bad actor in the theft of intellectual property, ala economic espionage…but, please don’t infer this is… Read More