Posts by Innography
We've worked with thousands of IP professionals spanning R&D, portfolio management, patent licensing, IP litigation, M&A and more. Many intellectual property professionals struggle to compare the many patent analysis platforms available in the marketplace because their features tend to sound the same. With this checklist, anyone considering a patent search, patent analytics, or intellectual property business intelligence toolset will get a solid head start to finding the right tool to meet your needs.
Categories: advanced patent search, data correlation, industry outlooks, ip maturity model, patent analysis, patent search, patent strategy, patent visualization tools
This is a transcript of the webinar "Patent Assertion Entity Challenge with Expert Panel and Open Discussion"
This is a transcript of the webinar Transforming Intangible Assets into Tangible Profits.
Categories: application trends, big data, industry outlooks, ip strategies, patent portfolio analysis
In the spirit of the spooky holiday and because it’s fun to geek out on our own software platform, seeing what interesting inventions exist in the world, we dedicate this blog post to Halloween.
Categories: patent analysis, patent search, patents
Follow US Patent Attorney Gene Quinn during this free Q&A and discussion on the effects of Alice. You'll learn how you can draft claims differently to help ensure patent eligibility, identify patents that will not be negatively impacted, and respond to rejections based on Alice. This is a transcript of the webinar Surviving Alice in the Age of Software Innovation.
Categories: litigation strategy, open innovation, patent litigation data
Prior art is a rather nebulous concept even for IP practitioners. I suspect many people don't think about it apart from its associated process, the prior art search. However, there are well-defined examples of prior art that we can refer to in order to understand the concept a little better.
Categories: advanced patent search, patent analysis, patent portfolio analysis, patent search, patent strategy, patents
This is a transcript of the webinar Freedom-to-Operate Misnomer: Methods of Providing an Opportunity Analysis with speakers Michael Reed, Attorney & Partner at Cesari & Reed, LLC. and Sr. Data Expert at Innography, Maneesha Joshi.
Categories: patent analysis, patent strategy, patent visualization tools
A common question we come across here at Innography is related to methods for identifying seminal patents. Seminal patents represent an invention so important that it creates or shifts a particular technology space. Other inventors cite those inventions as prior art for their own inventions, which can be improvements or enhancements to the original idea.