Intangible investor: A strong case for a new approach to patent investing

By Bruce Berman

A provocative new book claims that the high cost of generating a return on patents is forcing small businesses to re-think how their IP rights are best owned and financed

The decision to secure patents has become increasingly difficult for many businesses. In the face of higher costs and greater uncertainty, filing a patent is no longer automatic. A deceptively simple book aimed primarily at start-ups aims to give patent filers (and investors) reason to believe that their time and money can still be well spent.

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