What is an intellectual property audit?

An intellectual property (IP) audit is defined as a systematic review of the intellectual properties, owned, used or acquired by a business.  Its purpose is to assess and manage risk, remedy any recognised problems and to allow the implementation of best practices in intellectual property asset management.  The overall aim of an IP audit is to allow business planners to make informed business planning decisions to maintain and improve market position.  

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