Before, during, or immediately following transaction execution, a party can learn if the intangible assets in play have been infringed, misappropriated, or their value undermined.
Transaction negotiations and intangible assets
Islamic IP law and Sharia interpretations (operational level familiarity) will lead profession service firms to respectful and important insights and strategic guides for negotiating transactions in which win-win outcomes are obligatory.
Transaction negotiations today are aggressive, competitive, predatorial, and generally manifest as winner-take-all outcomes. Under these circumstances, dismissing and/or relegating the posture and standing of key intangible assets to mere hope and trust is fiduciarily suspect at best.
A percentage of business leaders, remain variously dismissive and under-appreciative of intangible assets, i.e., what they are, and how to utilize (exploit) them effectively, lucratively, and competitively.
Intangible assets are integral to business transaction negotiations.