How to Write a Comprehensive Intellectual Property Statement
When writing your comprehensive intellectual property protection plan, you're going to want to make sure that anyone involved in the creation of the property is present. You also will want to have any patents, trademarks, or copyrights that need to be filed underway.
The first item in the intellectual property statement is to designate who owns the intellectual property. Next, designate which sorts of intellectual property protections are in place - if there is a multitude, you may wish to simply say "All intellectual property rights of company x are owned by j."
Once you have done this, then you will want to state what the rights to the work by outside agents are. For example, if you run a website, you may state, "Items provided on this website may be downloaded for personal use only."
Fourth, you will want to explain any licensing policies you will have. For example, if you have invented a process, and it is patented, you may license the process for a fee. Be explicit in this.
Finally, state what the legal consequences are for violating intellectual property law.