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Trade Secret News from the Hazel Team
The FBI has made a film based on a real-life trade secret theft that explains why companies need systems like Hazel. Watch the film and see for yourself!
Are you European and think the US Defend Trade Secrets Act doesn’t apply to your company? Guess Again. Here’s why.
As companies increase their tracking and protection of valuable corporate trade secrets, insurance products will become more desired for these valuable corporate assets
Companies must track their trade secret metadata. Yes, trade secrets are not registered, which makes it all the more important to track the metadata. Yes, trade secrets are secrets, and not keeping track of a secret is a great way to lose it.
The OECD’s BEPS guidelines define trade secrets using the language of accountancy. IP attorneys should note the subtle shift from legal intangibles to intangible assets.
Corporations are much more open now than they were in the past. This new era of openness calls for increasing rigor in the management of vital trade secret assets.
Your trade secret asset management tool can also help your corporate cybersecurity by identifying files requiring extra security.
Trade secret asset management requires skill and professional expertise, the kind of expertise that is used to protect other intellectual property assets.
How to build a trade secret culture – baby steps. Good management practices do not suggest going from no trade secret program to a fully completed one overnight.
Use the Hazel trade secret tool to bind your firm closer to its corporate clients for trade secrets and many other services.
Take the London Business School’s trade secret survey and find out how your company’s practices compare with other companies.
Tax authorities worldwide are slowly but surely closing tax loopholes related to intellectual property assets, such as trade secrets. Here’s what’s happening.