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Five Common Mistakes in Managing Intellectual Property

This post was originally presented as a seminar by myself and  patent attorney Tracy Jong at the Independent Entrepreneurs Council breakfast seminar series.

As consultants, our businesses rely on innovative companies and entrepreneurs to be successful. Strong companies produce new technology that we can help patent, license and commercialize. Our  economy is infused and strengthened with growing businesses in the area.  Working with these companies, we often encounter practices that weaken the IP portfolio of their  businesses. To better understand how we can best help our clients, we have undertaken a study of common practices that are problematic and are sharing this information with you  We hope you will learn something valuable  and  learn   some action items on how you can protect your valuable resources or identify some previously unrealized income streams for your business.

2 Responses to Five Common Mistakes in Managing Intellectual Property

  1. kschweitzer says:

    Some more testing of the comment formatting. Test test test.

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