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Audits of intellectual property

The IP audit enables to analyze and evaluate the IP assets of a company. It is also a prerequisite for progress.


What is an audit?


An audit is essentially an analysis and assessment tool of a business’ intellectual property elements (patents, trademarks, industrial designs and copyrights). It allows the company to recognize its main intellectual property elements and get a report on the most efficient IP strategies for the present and future.

This tool can help the company’s manager by providing findings, objective analysis and recommendations. The audit also reveals the potential risks or malfunctions of its IP management. Then, the client will be able to develop a risks’ hierarchy, define the best protection strategy to adopt, set priorities for action and take preventive and curative measures.

Upon completion of the audit, we establish a rating scale for determining priorities, emergencies and a cost estimate for the actions to be performed.


Call us at 514-798-0885 for a free information meeting on intellectual property’s audit procedures and cost or contact directly one of our professionals:


Philippe Brouillette