In this webinar presented by attorneys from Woods Rogers PLC, you'll learn that the answer to that question is not as simple as you might think.
For instance, you might not own what your employee invents. You might not own what you pay someone to create. You may sign a seemingly harmless one-page document and lose your IP. Your casual conversations about some great ideas may leave you unprotected. And friendly collaboration or help can give someone else rights to "your" invention.
These are just a few scenarios to consider when it comes to preserving and protecting your ideas.