The general rule for US patent applications is that they are published 18 months after the earliest filing date. But the various exceptions mean that over half are actually published within 12 months of filing.
Categories: application trends, patent filing trends
This is a transcript of the webinar Supreme Court Impact on Patent Portfolio Management, hosted by Gene Quinn, IPWatchDog, which is available on demand.
Categories: litigation strategy, patent portfolio analysis
Nike recently announced the launch of their new FLYEASE footwear system. The innovative FLYEASE footwear allows athletes of all abilities to easily fasten and get in and out of shoes.
Categories: competitive intelligence, patent analysis
Innography just finished its best quarter ever! In addition to record revenue, we had record bookings in the quarter. And the bookings were not just a little bit higher, but were almost 40% higher than the previous record quarter!
Categories: industry outlooks, technology forecasts
The IAM Strategy 300 – The World’s Leading IP Strategists is a list of individuals forging new paths that maximize the value of IP portfolios. Published by the Intellectual Asset Management Media group (also known as IAM), landing on the list involves a starting point of at least three nominations from outside the person’s own organization. Tyron Stading, the President and Founder of Innography, has been on both the 2014 and 2015 lists, we sat down and spoke with him about the honor.
Categories: industry outlooks, ip strategies, patent analysis
Semantic search is an essential patent search tool because it finds hidden patents that keyword search can miss.
Chinese patent filing volume is the largest of any country of the world 2011 onward. “China accounted for a third of the world’s patent applications in 2013, according to the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).” The growth in filings post-2007 has been driven largely by internal filings which have been driven primarily by domestic subsidies. We explore these subsidies in Government Incentives.
Categories: big data, industry outlooks, patent analysis, technology forecasts
In the wake of Alice v. CLS Bank, numerous patents have been lost with claims invalidated as being patent ineligible. On the first anniversary of the Alice decision, we sat with Gene to answer some of your burning questions in our webinar: Surviving Alice in the Age of Software Innovation.