The Considerations of Intellectual Property Protection
Any company's intellectual property—whether that's patents, trade secrets, or just employee know-how—may be more valuable than its physical assets. This primer, compiled from CSO articles, covers basic and overlooked steps for keeping your secrets secret.
Intellectual Property in Simple Terms
Intellectual property can be descriptive materials from a particular manufacturing process to plans for a specific product launch, a chemical formula, or a list of the countries in which your patents are registered. It may help to think of it as intangible proprietary information. The formal definition, according to the World Intellectual Property Organization, is creations of the mind—inventions, literary ...