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You’ve Decided to Conduct a Trade Secret Audit. Now What? Part 2

You’ve Decided to Conduct a Trade Secret Audit. Now What? Part 2 by David L. Cohen{5:35 minutes to read}  We all know what a ‘trade secret’ is, but legally speaking let’s be clear. And how about a ‘trade secret audit’? It’s probably safe to say it’s a review of all policies, procedures, and agreements in place surrounding a company’s trade secrets, to ensure they are in accordance with current best practices, in order to legally protect company intellectual property (IP) and assets.

There are five key areas of focus that a company performing a trade-secret audit must consider as they navigate this crucial undertaking. The following article outlines the five areas in full detail. Read more

Secrets to Using Intellectual Property to Increase Startup Value

This article by David L. Cohen, Ivan Chaperot, and Frederic Thiel was originally published by Bloomberg Law. Copyright 2018 The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc.

Secrets to Using Intellectual Property to Increase Startup Value

David L. Cohen

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You’ve Decided to Conduct a Trade Secret Audit. Now What?

You’ve Decided to Conduct a Trade Secret Audit. Now What? by David L. Cohen{3:10 minutes to read} You decided you need to conduct a trade secret audit. What should you do next?

After getting management buy-in, the most important step is to decide what you hope to achieve with the audit. Broadly speaking, there are five headline goals: Awareness, Agreements, Employees, Tools, and Monetization.

Below are some of the key aspects of the 5 headlines. Read more