General Motors says safeguards exist to prevent the leaking of intellectual property as its former Saab Automobile unit heads toward liquidation, but experts warn a threat remains given the Swedish auto maker’s rocky ending. “If there is a risk, it is from a current employee about to become a former employee,” says Herbert Hart, a director with McAndrews, Held & Malloy – a Chicago law firm that specializes in intellectual-property issues. “It’s an ...

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