The author of a new book who was previously accused of employing junk economic science says that software ownership is damaging innovation and impeding U.S. competition.
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The Battle for ‘Google Earth’ is Compelling Entertainment with a Frightening Survival Message
The Battle for Google Earth — It sounds like a science fiction movie, doesn’t it? It is more of a fact-based crime drama that provides
IP Look-Ahead for 2022: Fewer Big Patent Wins, More Efficient Monetization
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.
Movie-Inspired Collector ‘Tokens’ Spark Dispute Over the Right to Sell IP-Related Assets
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
Banksy’s Attempt to Trademark ‘Flower Thrower’ Gets Tossed by EU Court; Sales Lacks Sincerity
Banksy, the satirical street artist with, failed in an attempt to secure a trademark intended to protect “Flower Thrower,” one of his most recognizable images,
New Book: Lack of ‘IP Consciousness’ Undermines Corporate Value
Businesses need to convey better awareness of IP rights and what they provide stakeholders or risk loosing billions in value. That is what a global
“Know-go” – negative know-how that can be protected as a trade secret is among IP’s most overlooked assets
Thomas Edison famously said: “I have not failed. I have just found ten thousand ways that won’t work.” After hundreds of experiments with different materials
Can the U.S. compete with China without a focused innovation policy?
More nations today have an innovation policy than do not – that is except for the U.S. The U.S. not only has no centralized innovation
Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: Some IP holders may benefit, most won’t
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 places some IP rights holders squarely in the sights of the tax collector, while providing others with
Perception of patents & other IP rights is being taken more seriously
Do IP users – both businesses and individuals – view rights like patents and copyrights as potential assets that benefit commerce and society? Or, do
Attorney-investor is willing to share patent filing costs & risks with clients
Many law firms still seek to participate in the outcome of clients’ patent litigation, but few are willing to share the cost of obtaining and
Tech cos use patents to turn up the volume on smarter hearing devices
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