Wilson is transforming itself from a tobacco town to one of the state’s entrepreneurial hubs. For companies engaged in disruptive technologies, intangible assets—ideas, inventions, and information—are more valuable than traditional assets—real estate, equipment, etc.
These assets must be protected as intellectual property (IP) in order to preserve value. However, building an IP asset portfolio and defending against infringement allegations may seem daunting and expensive.
Small businesses and startups can adopt cost-effective measures to protect their core IP assets without wasting scarce resources.
Join this in-person Lunch & Learn as Letao Qin from Rimon Law explains some of the essential steps a small company can adopt to avoid expensive IP conflicts and prevent IP theft.