A timely new book conveys the history of patents, their use and evolution, and how they have survived by remaining the same while still adapting
“Few people outside of the innovation ecosystem understand the value of intellectual property,” reports Forbes in an article out this week, “Who is Intellectual Property For?
Despite the high economic relevance of innovation and explosive invention growth reflected in the number of patents issued annually by the United States Patent and Trademark
The impact of intellectual property and IP rights are being more widely felt under the strain of IP theft from China, the war in the Ukraine,
What’s in a number? Apparently, not much. While headline-grabbing patent damages awards were up in 2020 and 2021, payouts on these verdicts are exceedingly rare.
The 2021 Intellectual Property Awareness Summit will be held virtually this year free of charge on April 28th-29th and feature a total of 18 speakers.
With the pandemic curtailing live performance and new acts scarce to emerge, listeners turning to classics by rock artists like Bob Dylan and Taylor Swift
Some coronavirus management tools will be complex, others relatively low-tech. Most will come from diverse sources and a few will be highly valuable. Developing and
How songs get distributed and owners compensated for them have upended the music industry. Through it all, copyright royalties have remained attractive – especially when
A trial will begin next summer in San Jose federal court for Elizabeth Holmes, Theranos’ ignominious founder, CEO and lead inventor, whose name is associated
Nothing gives a Silicon Valley tech giant, once, known for quality and integrity, a bad name like greed and deception. In pursuit of even greater
The shares of most publicly traded companies that rely primarily on patent licensing, litigation settlements or damages awards for revenue have fared poorly compared to