Frederick Shelton IV, arguably the most prolific and financially successful inventors ever, is a Johnson & Johnson medical device innovator unknown to pretty much everyone
In the decade since the adoption of the America Invents Act (AIA) patent licensing has become more arduous for many technology companies and independent inventors.
In the latest episode of ‘Understanding IP Matters’, which dropped today on leading podcast platforms, award-winning inventor Dan Brown says that the patent winds have shifted and are blowing
Quentin Tarantino, writer and director of the 1994 classic ‘Pulp Fiction’ is engaged in a fight with the film’s owner over whether he has the right to
Several U.S. senators recently requested that the USPTO conduct a study regarding the feasibility of establishing a small claims court expressly for patent cases. The
Despite the increasing value of intellectual property in general, and trade secrets in particular, suits filed have remained remarkably steady over the past several years.
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.
For most years since 1996 IBM, the perennial annual U.S. patent recipient and licensing leader, generated $1 billion or more in intellectual property revenue, $27
Data scientists at Google Cloud recently published a paper extolling the virtues of its open-source algorithm that can perform more extensive and accurate patent searches
With four new 5G-enabled iPhones set to launch today, and a significant number of 5G patents already granted, a significantly larger number are in the queue
A provocative new book by an award-winning author, entrepreneur and politician disputes the contribution of tens of thousands of individual inventors to major innovations, like
2019 saw the fewest patent suits filed since 2010. This occurred despite the increasing need to file suit in order to license in many areas