Some buyers prefer to pay a premium for a large but still vague patent portfolio than for a handful of proven rights. “So, sue me,”
There is a Tendency to View Patent Prowess as a Function of Reputation and Perceived Innovation Much of billion dollar verdict in Apple v. Samsung
Report Details Surprising Shift in IP Haves and Have-Nots In the first quarter of 2012 better than one in five patents granted in the U.S.
Recognition of Patent Value Results in Big Shareholder Win – In developments discussed recently in IP CloseUp, activist IP investor Carl Icahn has made a
Speculation is Boosting Some Companies for Now; The Shortsighted are Paying a Premium to Compete – What hath the Nortel auction wrought? Never before has