The IPO Annual Summit in Vancouver discussed several key issues in IP, especially important to patent holders.
Categories: events, patent litigation data, patent regulation
I met with a General Counsel at a conference and he described a situation where he found a recently-issued patent of interest, owned by a partner, that proved very helpful in a negotiation. In fact, it made all the difference.
Author Andrew Sherman to talk about Harvesting Intangible Assets on Innography webinar - September, 18th, 2014.
Categories: intellectual property management, ip strategies, patent strategy, patent webinar, patents
Denise Deverelle Crown discusses some of the exciting new features of our productivity-packed summer release.
Categories: due diligence software, industry outlooks, intellectual property management, patent webinar, playbooks
Giovanna Barreiro discusses the complex world of today's patents, intellectual property information, and what you can do to understand your intellectual property and it's value.
Categories: competitive intelligence, data correlation, intellectual property management, patent mapping
In our recent webinar with Dr. Monty Wright from General Electric, he reviewed a terrific process for licensing your patents to other industries. We’ll give the steps below of Innography analyses that perform the steps in his process.
Categories: application trends, licensing strategy, open innovation, patent semantics
Jennifer Gallagher takes a look at how to determine the worth of a patent, strategies around patent auctions, and how to dive deeper into the portfolios for sale to find the hidden gems or potential liabilities.
Categories: advanced patent search, ip strategies, licensing strategy, mergers and acquisitions, patent mapping, patent strategy
It would be extremely hard to play a game of chess without knowing anything about the location of your opponents pieces let alone what pieces they still have in play (although, it might be interesting to watch)! So why would you play the game of IP and risk losing your freedom to operate (FTO) without knowing what and where competitors have opposing IP?