The intangible investor: Priceline founder says he can fix “totally broken” licensing system

By Bruce Berman and Bruce Berman

Prolific inventor Jay Walker says new ideas are needed to make innovation less contentious. He is convinced that ‘no fault’ patent licensing will make it happen

Jay Walker is no stranger to big ideas. Walker – a successful entrepreneur who founded (NASDAQ: PCLN), an early online auction business that was slow to start, but now has a market value of $40 billion – wants patents to be part of a marketplace.

Want to read more?

Register to access two of our subscriber-only articles per month

Subscribe for unlimited access to articles, in-depth analysis and research from the IAM experts

Already registered? Log in

What our customers are saying

IAM magazine is, in my opinion, the premier magazine in the space of managing intellectual assets for value creation. It brings a fresh, business-driven perspective, rather than a purely legal perspective, on this issue. I would highly recommend it to anyone dealing with how to manage and drive value from intellectual assets.

David A VandenEinde
Assistant vice president and intellectual asset management leader
Cargill Inc


Subscribe to receive access to the full range of premium business intelligence, insights and analysis, as well as our IP directories, guides and daily news.

Why subscribe?


Register for more free content

  • Read more IAM blogs and articles
  • Receive the editor's weekly review by email
Register now  
Issue 91