This year’s 9/11 remembrance will be followed but an anniversary of a different sort. September 12 marks the day that Amazon’s controversial “1-Click” patent is
A small but growing number of investors are buying the rights to musician’s future earnings, hoping to beat the fixed income returns and other markets.
Qualcomm is the first known patent licensor to tout its invention prowess in a New York Times ad directed at the business community. One of the
While the share of revenue from streaming paid to record labels and recording artists is rising, Apple Inc., among the fairest licensees in on-line music,
Can Internet monopolies – adept at providing at providing information – be prevented from violating the rights of individuals, businesses and IP holders, and impeding innovation?
The Center for Intellectual Property Understanding (CIPU), an independent, unaffiliated non-profit dedicated to increasing IP awareness and improving negative attitudes towards patents, copyrights and other
In a few short years China’s patent system has gone from an IP rights wannabe to one of the most responsive and patent-friendly systems in
Aging baby boomers, exposed to a lifetime of loud music, are more demanding than past generations about the quality of what and how they hear. Don’t expect
Cybersecurity firm Blue Coat Systems has decided to opt-out of an initial public offering and sell itself to software security leader Symantec for $4.65 billion.
Over the past ten years or so the motor car of the 20th century has been transformed from a mechanical conveyance to a high-speed information
Of the top eleven active US patent holders, only four are American companies. But who gets the best return on their innovation rights is less
The Eastern District of Texas (E.D. Tx.) is responsible for almost half of all patent suits filed in 2015, and one judge, Rodney Gilstrap, is