Recent case law signals that businesses may want to take another look at their CGL policies for coverage in intellectual property cases.
Lawsuits from non-practicing entities cost companies billions of dollars every year.
Despite its importance, intellectual property is often overlooked in risk management planning.
A new EU law makes it easier for companies to seize and destroy counterfeit products.
Companies go to great lengths to protect physical data, but the security of intangible assets is often overlooked.
Intellectual property may be the most important asset a company possesses, so protecting this information needs to be a risk management priority.
In an interconnected world, striking a proper balance between sharing and protecting information can be tricky.
For companies looking to expand into global markets, patent translation can present risks that are often overlooked.
The cloud adds a new level of vulnerability to digital IP, but identity and access management strategies can reduce the risk.
The increase in hacking and data breach incidents means that investors must assess the cyberrisks of the companies they target.
To preserve a company’s most important asset, an intellectual property protection program is a business necessity.
A new push for reform aims to put an end to a long history of frivolous patent infringement lawsuits.
Understanding the ways your intellectual property is at risk