IP CloseUp has been named by Feedspot as a top-50 intellectual property blog. Feedspot, a news aggregator, named the top 100 IP blogs in which
Prices for companies that support and sell IP services and analytical software remain surprisingly strong, even as patent licensing and sales continue to decline. Their
The abundant promise of blockchain has yet to be realized. To many in IP, finance and tech, it is just beginning to come into sight.
Dan Scotto, a Wall Street research icon in the 1980s and 1990s died last week and with him an era of investment research that is
Patent holders, this year’s version of Allied Security Trust’s Industry Patent Purchase Program, “IP3,” is a good indication of where the demand is highest. The
The United States Supreme Court and the Congress have moved to weaken patents over the past seven years without realizing the inherent danger to national
Responsible IP deal-making – where parties enter into licensing and other agreements mutually – has become something of a lost art. Not long ago, it
Invention is about the future. Looking back at the technology and images that defined us, however, can provide an idea of where we are headed.
More nations today have an innovation policy than do not – that is except for the U.S. The U.S. not only has no centralized innovation
The Canadian government has announced that it is investing $88.3M CD in a new IP strategy that incorporates tools and education, and improves literacy. Canada’s population
The 15th Annual Patents for Financial Services Summit will gather patent and IP counsel, as well as senior financial executives, to discuss recent trends in
Two days before World IP Day, on April 24, the Supreme Court of the United States relinquished significant judicial authority for patents to the executive