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Archived updates for Wednesday, September 21, 2005

When to Audit Your I/P

Todd Mayover at the IP Counsel Blog writes that "In general, it is wise to conduct an IP audit at least once a year and sometimes more frequently depending on the size of the organization and the amount of intellectual property assets involved. Besides a regularly scheduled IP audit, there are significant events that may also trigger the need for an IP audit," including
  • New Intellectual Property Management
  • Transfer or Assignment of Interest in Intellectual Property
  • Licensing Program
  • Significant Change in Law, and
  • Financial Transactions Involving Intellectual Property
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