In what some patent holders are hoping will be a harbinger of things to come, publicly traded IP licensing companies are enjoying an unusually strong
Most patent holders would agree that licensing patents for revenue has gone from bad to awful — from difficult less than a decade ago, to
If it seems like US patent transactions have fallen dramatically over past few years you are not imagining things, says a Chicago patent attorney. According
Three public companies that are active in patent licensing or highly dependent on patents for success have been added to the IP CloseUp 30 index
While the S&P 500 stock market index was up 6.5% for the 4Q 2015, the PIPX (public IP licensing company index) was down 11%. 2015
A disturbing article by IP Watchdog’s Gene Quinn asks “Who are the real bullies of the patent world?” It’s not patent trolls. They are far
Song writers may have something to teach inventors when it comes to getting a fair share for their intellectual property rights, or not. Confusion
The Supreme Court of the United States is in the position to make patent licensing meaningful again. At least that is what some experts believe.
After a dip in filings for 2014, Texas is back as the undisputed leader in hearing patent suits filed by plaintiffs for the first half
On Friday May 8 Google will launch a two week experiment in acquiring patents from mainly small businesses and inventors. Directly, or indirectly, the Patent
IP Finance 2015, “Innovative Ways to Manage IP Assets for Maximum Return,” will bring together in New York on May 14 leaders in patent licensing
Executives of top patent holders will participate in “NPE 2015: The Business of Responsible Licensing” to be held in NYC’s financial district on March 12.