Tag Archives: Intellectual Asset Management

Managing intellectual assets in the corporation

CEO’s and Corporate Managers: Develop an Engaged Knowledge of Your Company’s Intellectual Assets to Stop Leaving Corporate Asset Value on the Table

More than 70 % of corporate value today lies in the form of intangible assets, much of which are in the form of patents, copyrights and trademarks. Notwithstanding this fact, many otherwise sophisticated CEO’s and corporate managers essentially leave a significant portion of firm value on the table by failing to develop and execute on… Read More »

Response to WSJ Online Article: What Business Owners Should Know About NOT Patenting

Today, the Wall Street Journal Online published an article entitled “What Business Owners Should Know About Patenting“. In this article, Stuart Weinberg interviews James McDonough, an attorney at the well-respected Fish & Richardson law firm. Mr. McDonough gives excellent advice about the process of building an intellectual property portfolio. However, he skips over a crucial… Read More »