DETERMINING AND PROTECTING IP RIGHTS
The era where only tangible assets held most of an entity’s value, is fast becoming obsolete. Most of an entity’s value these days is found in its intangible assets as commonly described as an intellectual property (IP).
Intellectual property is any product of the human intellect that the law protects from unauthorized use by others.
Intellectual Property laws protect the proprietary rights of creators over their creations. The infringement of Intellectual Property Rights undermines genuine investment in creativity, innovation and knowledge. Without a doubt, creativity and inventions are highly valued within the technology environment as reflected in the disruptions by technology in almost all facets of human life. Losing rights to intellectual property can mean the end of an early-stage technology startup. Read More