Asian brokers made a patent market breakthrough in 2016, signalling future growth potential 13 Jan 17
The most recent issue of IAM features our annual appraisal of the past year’s brokered patent market, put together by Kent Richardson, Erik Oliver and Michael Costa of ROL Group. Subscribers can read the full article here. The bottom line, according to the authors, is that while the marketplace for patent assets hit a low ebb in 2016 – with overall market value estimated at $165 million, around a third less than the previous year – it remains “robust and viable”.
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