Rules for managing IP after Enron
An overlooked fact of the new Sarbanes-Oxley Act in the US is the impact it will have on IP reporting procedures. Stacey Rabbino and Ken Godlewski explain how in-house counsel can ensure compliance with the new standards
The Sarbanes-Oxley Public Company Accounting and Investor
Protection Act was signed into law on July 30 2002. It is
redefining the ways companies must account for their intellectual
property, affecting how in-house counsel manage and report
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