Monetisation options outside the courtroom are growing, but their ability to deliver remains open to question 14 May 15
If you’re a patent owner, monetising your IP in the US may seem like a tough task right now. The traditional licensing route has become so mired in litigation and re-exam challenges that it is increasingly only open to the richest plaintiffs. And although we recently reported on an uptick in sales in the first three months of this year, it is widely acknowledged that patent values are depressed. In short, it is not a sellers market.
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