In the News

Dec
1

Legaltech News: CPA Global Acquires Innography

The acquisition means strengthened analytic abilities and a bigger client network for the IP service providers.


Nov
30

Austin American Statesman: British firm buys Austin-based Innography

Austin-based software firm Innography has been acquired by CPA Global Ltd., a British intellectual property software and services company.


Nov
18

Legaltech News: Innography Announces Updates to Patent Analytics Suite

Innography, has announced the release of product updates for its patent-analytics suite. The updates include more customization options for the PatentIQ dashboard tool; a ‘Patent Family visual’ for perusing patents and their timelines; more configuration abilities and search filters; and shared workflows that allow users to collaborate on patent sets and analysis results.


Nov
9

IPWatchdog: The Naked Truth: 30% of US Unicorns Have No Patents

It is in the best interest of management and investors of these companies to examine their IP position and analyze their exposure, particularly if they are planning to enter new markets, are facing impending litigation or are approaching an exit event.


Nov
9

The Business Journals: The role of intellectual property in ‘unicorn’ valuations

It seems that not a day goes by without a commentary about "unicorns," a Silicon Valley-coined term used to describe a startup (pre-exit) with a valuation exceeding $1 billion. The number of unicorns, the vast majority of which are U.S. software companies, has recently crossed the 150 mark, according to the TechCrunch unicorn leaderboard.