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Category: Intellectual Property

David Dawsey
David Dawsey joins Jim Blasingame to reveal four management practices that will help you identify, establish, execute and protect your intellectual property, including observe, orient, decide and act.
David Dawsey
David Dawsey joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the ways that having and intellectual property strategy can help you justify higher prices, which increases gross profit and therefore, net profit.
David Dawsey
David Dawsey joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the power and advantage of understanding that you have intellectual property in your business and why an IP strategy is essential.
Jim Blasingame
Jim Blasingame explains the classic “agency model” of corporate America demands fealty to the shareholder, and why it’s not only bad for the long-term health of capitalism, but in fact for the future of America.
Steve Martin
Steve Martin joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how to create, and update, your intellectual property – on the balance sheet or not – in order to drive more profit to the bottom line.
David Dawsey
David Dawsey joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how the due diligence on product-based intellectual property is different from service-based.
David Dawsey
David Dawsey joins Jim Blasingame to tell a legendary story about how one company failed in doing proper intellectual property due diligence and it cost them hundreds of millions, and how you can avoid that mistake.
David Dawsey
David Dawsey joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that as you’re getting your financial plan together to sell your business one day, you must also have a plan for your intellectual property.
David Dawsey
David Dawsey joins Jim Blasingame to reveal examples of how your business creates intellectual property all the time, and why you must recognize that, protect your IP and defend it against breaches.
David Dawsey
David Dawsey joins Jim Blasingame to report on some of the impediment the government is throwing up to weaken the value of owning a patent, causing the U.S. to fall behind in patent generation.

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