Category: due diligence software
Skullcandy is in the news due to an acquisition bid by Incipio that was quickly followed by private equity firm, Mill Road Capital. Learn what is in the Skullcandy patent portfolio that might be part of the $177 million offers.
Categories: advanced patent search, due diligence software, intellectual property management, ip strategies, litigation strategy, mergers and acquisitions, patent analysis, patent filing trends, patent portfolio analysis, patent search, patent semantics, patent strategy, patent visualization tools, patents, semantic patent search, technology forecasts
Have you ever found yourself performing an advanced patent search and left scratching your head asking, “How in the world did this patent end up in my data-set?” The English language has over 1,000,000 words, but we still find patents using the same words to describe completely disparate technologies.
Categories: advanced patent search, competitive intelligence, due diligence software, patent search, patent semantics, patent visualization tools, patents, semantic patent search
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
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?
Categories: competitive intelligence, due diligence software, ip strategies, licensing strategy, patent strategy, r&d strategies
The topic of Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) has become much more important to many companies today than it has been in the past. The economy appears to be on the mend, and companies are scrambling to find ways to expand quickly. Companies are also being forced to cope with rising litigation risk because the business environment is simply more litigious. It is not unusual for companies to hold back the acquisition offer until...