Terrell Miller, intellectual property partner, counselor and registered patent attorney with Foley & Lardner LLP, offers guidance on how companies can protect trade secrets at a time when they’re especially vulnerable.
As supply chain disruptions wreak havoc on energy and food prices, resulting in scaling price increases that haven’t been seen since 1981, inflation is unlikely to fall to pre-pandemic levels for some time.
By design, blockchain technology is meant to be free from interference by banks, companies and governments. But a new report says the decentralized system might not be working as well as many crypto enthusiasts assume.
To date, the stampede for non-fungible tokens has largely centered on the “ownership” of images, works of art and similar kinds of digital files. So what does this latest manifestation of the virtual universe have to do with the everyday reality of supply chain management?