Innovation diversity and impact-based IP strategy

By Jason Lye

Recent developments in the United States – as well as new innovation approaches – call for a complete rethink of the way in which businesses see patents

Is it possible to patent-protect human sensory experiences? How can IP strategy be deployed to encompass and protect the various modes of innovation? How can patents be drafted to protect an invention’s impact instead of just the product configuration? Can protection encompassing a broader range of product and services innovation modes present opportunities to mitigate against design around and changes in patent law? These and other challenging questions are typical of what the Georgia State University IP Think Tank might ponder while working on IP strategy development.

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