Innovation is the useful application of inventions, discoveries, ideas, and solutions to problems or objectives—ultimately, the intellectual property—within an organization. This InfoPAK addresses some of the issues that in-house counsel should consider when supporting such innovation within a company, regardless of the industry. The InfoPAK begins by examining the steps to establishing a patent review process, then addresses in detail how to keep a laboratory notebook. It then explores implementing a global filing strategy, followed by safeguarding trade secrets, and concludes with a discussion of IP considerations relating to marketing and selling products.
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