Can Internet monopolies – adept at providing at providing information – be prevented from violating the rights of individuals, businesses and IP holders, and impeding innovation?
IP event season is upon us and at least three conferences are worth noting. The first takes place this week in New York, March 21-22,
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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
Reforms to copyright law proposed last week by the European Commission would put the burden on Internet companies like Google, Facebook and YouTube to prevent
Many businesses are wondering what the patent terrain will look like after the U.S. elections in November. Will further reforms will be forthcoming, or will
Many significant tech companies experienced dramatic declines in US patent grants, fueling speculation about the reasons why. While total patent grants were virtually flat, according
In a digital world, fair compensation for creative expression or new ideas, like music and inventions, requires more determination than ever. Intellectual property piracy has
Fintech, or financial technology, is a rapidly growing industry with more than $15 billion of venture capital invested to date and even more on the
With traditional patent strategies under pressure to show that they are still relevant, business as usual in the IP space is no longer the same.
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