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By Ken Strocsher In this four-part series we’re discussing how to increase the value of your company by better quantifying and protecting your company’s intangible intellectual property. Of the areas covered in this series, patents are arguably the most complex to understand and most challenging to obtain. That being said, patents can serve as the bedrock upon which small companies are founded and provide the traction they need to build their business. A patent permits a company the exclusive monopoly to use, make, and sell their inventions. This blog post provides, at a high-level, some of the considerations involved......

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