Most commonly, individuals seek the help of an IP advisor for an audit. But they can do much more than that.
An audit of intellectual property may have several purposes, such as to identify the intellectual property rights of your company or to identify the risks that your products or services have on the property of a third party.
The use of an audit also verifies the extent and validity of your rights, which allows you to determine the costs of managing them. The report therefore includes the assessment of all risks and opportunities related to the intellectual property of the company.