“IPR Due Diligence” means a thorough investigation and inventory of a company’s registered intellectual property rights, for example in connection with an acquisition or a valuation.
A systematic investigation, verification, assessment and documentation of rights in a portfolio of registered intellectual property rights, that is, the IPR, which includes patents, trademarks and design registrations. The consultants at Brann have extensive knowledge and experience in handling due diligence assignments. Our legal experts and patent attorneys often work in team in these missions. We interpret, compile and present information on the IPR assets that could have a major role in, for example, a projected acquisition.