New SEC Guidance on International IP Risks

Posted by Howard Berkenblit on December 20, 2019 at 12:29 PM
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The SEC’s Division of Corporation Finance published additional guidance regarding disclosure obligations that companies should consider with respect to intellectual property and technology risks that may occur when they engage in international operations. While the guidance does not contain any new rules or interpretations, it is a good reminder for companies to review their IP and cybersecurity risk factors as they prepare their forthcoming 10-Ks. The guidance includes examples and questions that each company should consider.

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Topics: Securities and Exchange Commission

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