Business and IP Strategy

A successful organization in today’s global competitive climate either starts with an IP policy and a policy to foster innovation itself or is reevaluating its position if it has been even the largest behemoth in its industry to determine if its policies are in synch with current and forecasted competition.  Hart IP has offered public and private organizations counsel in preparing internal IP policies and in creating a framework with incentives for innovation.

Perhaps the single most important aspect of intellectual property that has been identified and protected is its maintenance and the continual evaluation of its value and role in a business’s projected plans.  By examining internal goals, Hart IP can assist corporations and organizations with making effective and economic choices about their patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, licenses and other forms of intellectual property.