• Most corporations and global enterprises invest in
intellectual property (IP).
• In some situations, IP is used as a cur...
• IP covers:
– Trademarks
– Trade secrets
– Patents
– Copyrights
• Purpose of IP is to protect the ideas of a company
in a...
• Manufacturing a product
• Licensing out patents (don’t be a patent troll)
• Protecting current products
• Trading intell...
• Extent of protection is determined by individual
country’s law
• Extends protection of IP to another economy
– Increases...
1. Research previous patents and prior art.
2. Perform proper translations with minimal mistakes.
Hire IP translation serv...
• Keep tabs on your IP
• Some IP can deteriorate in months if violated
• Pick your battles
• Keep legal advice on hand
• MultiLing is an IP translation company that will
ensure your product is well protected in a foreign
economy.
Intellectual Property as an Investment
Intellectual Property as an Investment
Intellectual Property as an Investment
Intellectual Property as an Investment
Intellectual Property as an Investment
Intellectual Property as an Investment
Intellectual Property as an Investment
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Intellectual Property as an Investment

  1. 1. • Most corporations and global enterprises invest in intellectual property (IP). • In some situations, IP is used as a currency between corporations.
  2. 2. • IP covers: – Trademarks – Trade secrets – Patents – Copyrights • Purpose of IP is to protect the ideas of a company in a capitalist economy.
  3. 3. • Manufacturing a product • Licensing out patents (don’t be a patent troll) • Protecting current products • Trading intellectual property with other companies
  4. 4. • Extent of protection is determined by individual country’s law • Extends protection of IP to another economy – Increases profits on a given product • Research which countries it would be most profitable to file in
  5. 5. 1. Research previous patents and prior art. 2. Perform proper translations with minimal mistakes. Hire IP translation services with expertise. 3. Be prepared to fight in court. Not all IP litigation is avoidable.
  6. 6. • Keep tabs on your IP • Some IP can deteriorate in months if violated • Pick your battles • Keep legal advice on hand
  7. 7. • MultiLing is an IP translation company that will ensure your product is well protected in a foreign economy.

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