By ReNard Rogers Newcomers to the world of “intellectual” property, or creations of the mind, may find themselves overwhelmed by terms that seem more suited
Guest Column by Dr. Roya Ghafele With a rapidly growing market that offers both attractive returns on investment and the genuine ability to transform the
by Professor Ruth Soetendorp In a recent article, Manny Schecter, Chief Patent Counsel at IBM and President of the IPO Education Foundation, was right to
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What is the appropriate response to a legitimate request for patent licensing? If you are an information technology company comfortable taking full advantage of confusion
Lack of certainty and the high cost of monetizing patents are motivating some businesses to acquire impressive looking patents, not necessarily valid or essential ones.
More than half of Google and Microsoft’s 2014 US patent grants were in methods-related classes. IBM and Apple also were active filers in these areas.
Innovation is not threatened by patent “trolls,” says a Virginia IP attorney, but by half-truths about the failure of the patent system spread by businesses
Big Blue may be caught in its image as the perennial patents-received leader, for better or worse. Obtaining large numbers of patents is often more
“Something Must Be Done About Daubert” By Russell L. Parr, CFA, ASA, CLP, RPOP[i] Expert witnesses in patent infringement cases often are the subject of
Solar Subterfuge By Daniel Scotto, Whitehall Financial Advisors LLC The value of energy assets has taken a giant leap backward. What used to be simply
A Reply to Professors Bessen and Meurer’s Book About the Difficulty of Perfecting the Patent System By Roya Ghafele and Benjamin Gibert The publication of