Balancing the books with IP
An intellectual property or patent portfolio audit will identify core, non-core and obsolete technologies. We will advise and work with you on protecting and enforcing core assets, leveraging non-core assets through patent licensing, joint ventures and strategic alliances, and abandoning useless and obsolete patents.
It is important to audit Intellectual Property holdings to determine their scope, status, and value. The goal is to:
1. Identify ownership interests;
2. Secure and record rights in technology and other intellectual assets; and
3. Minimize the chance of unauthorized use and disclosure of technology, know-how, trademarks, and confidential information.
Let GPC determine the true worth of your patent portfolio.