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.
More global blockchain patents have been published and are preparing to issue in transactions and e-commerce than have been issued over the past several years.
This week IPwe, the company headed by former patent litigation king Erich Spangenberg, acquired ClearAccess IP, a venture-backed, Palo Alto-based IP analytics company associated through
London IP Week (LIPW), described as a three-day interactive IP summit, will consist of a series of social events and two full-day conferences with discussions
For all the discussion about blockchain, the distributed ledger that is the foundation for fast, decentralized transactions, relatively few patents have been issued. Only about
Patent monetization is alive and improving. Look no further than the 5th annual IP Dealmakers Forum, which will attract the top players in IP licensing,
The abundant promise of blockchain has yet to be realized. To many in IP, finance and tech, it is just beginning to come into sight.
Responsible IP deal-making – where parties enter into licensing and other agreements mutually – has become something of a lost art. Not long ago, it
While China is no fan of bitcoin mining – it has moved to close mining operations – it is actively pursuing block chain patents, and
IP CloseUp, the blog of IP perspective, research, and people, grew in 2017 to more than 56,000 views and 44,000 visits, up 26% and 31%
Bank of America was granted last week a patent on a “cryptocurrency transformation system” that comprises a platform to manage exchange rates between various currencies, transfer requests,
$100 invested in bitcoin in July 2010 is worth about $6M today. For many, it is still unclear if blockchain is a viable alternative currency, an