As companies grow larger and more complex, it becomes difficult to track and manage various intellectual property assets. Instituting an intellectual asset management system can help companies ensure valuable intellectual assets are identified, developed and protected; protect assets through patenting, trade secrets, employee agreements, NDAs and enforcement; maximize company value through appropriate capital budgeting and financial risk analysis; and provide tools to employees to maximize their contributions to the company.
In an upcoming discussion at “IP and Technology Licensing,” hosted by Law Seminars International, Neil Zoltowski identifies best practices for companies to institute intellectual asset management processes to enhance corporate value.
Neil Zoltowski serves as a consulting and testifying financial expert in complex business disputes, intellectual property litigation, and business and intellectual property valuation matters. He has more than 20 years […]