Category: ip strategies
If you’re involved with your organization’s patent strategy, you’ve likely wrestled with the notion of patent quality vs. quantity. Your Board of Directors may expect both quality and quantity, and your budget may not support it. Your internal stakeholders will likely have differing opinions based on their role in the organization and the competitiveness of your market. You also need to make decisions on patenting internal ideas or buying existing patents as part of your strategy.
Categories: advanced patent search, intellectual property management, ip strategies, patent search, patent strategy, patent webinar, patents
Today we announced PatentIQ, a completely new capability for sharing critical patent data with anyone in your enterprise.
Categories: advanced patent search, competitive intelligence, intellectual property management, ip strategies, patent licensing, patent mapping, patent portfolio analysis, patent search, patent strategy, patent visualization tools, patents
The IP landscape is changing. Let’s review some of my IP Predictions for 2015 and be sure to share your comments.
Categories: big data, data correlation, industry outlooks, intellectual property management, ip strategies, mergers and acquisitions, patent search, patent strategy, patents, r&d strategies
Denise Deverelle Crown discusses automating intellectual property (IP) insights, best practices for managing your intellectual property, and more...
Categories: intellectual property management, ip strategies, patent portfolio analysis, patent search
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
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?
Categories: competitive intelligence, due diligence software, ip strategies, licensing strategy, patent strategy, r&d strategies
Denise Deverelle Crown explores different indicators of seminal patents and tips for mining your portfolio.