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fedscoop: Patent office CIO aims for culture change amid systems updates

Tyron Stading, president and founder of patent analytics software company Innography, said, as the patent office works to deploy Patents End-To-End, it faces significant IT challenges with integrating different systems and handling large amounts of data. Meanwhile, the department is working with a limited budget and lumbering legacy infrastructure. “It’s a very ambitious project,” he said.


Bloomberg News: Takata Patents Show Decades Spent Seeking Safer Air Bags

A Bloomberg News review of the patents studied by Turchin as well as several others shows that Takata researchers have been aware of the instability of ammonium nitrate and other risks for more than a dozen years.


Inside Counsel: 6 cutting-edge IP trends to look for in 2015

Wearable technology, 3D printing and other new technologies could create headaches in the months to come


Inside Counsel: Innography provides answers to intellectual property questions

President of Innography Tyron Stading shares the keys to the company’s success and the current state of patent litigation.


Law Technology News: New Service Tracks Patent Sales

Innography Inc. released its new Patent Market Tracker today. The new data set and analytics service monitors the buying and selling of U.S. patents.