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Make innovation tax deductible (Magazine)
The UK’s new Patent Box regime offers IP owners a new way in which to leverage their rights in order to create significant tax savings, writes Bob Stembridge of Thomson Reuters
China has fulfilled predictions to take the number one spot for patent filing. As its IP ambitions continue unabated, any global IP strategy must account for China’s continued dominance of the innovation landscape
Open for innovation (Magazine)
The world’s top IP owners are racing to keep the golden age of innovation alive, writes Bob Stembridge
Doing more with less (Magazine)
IP services outsourcing is growing to address the “new normal”, writes Bob Stembridge, IP analyst at Thomson Reuters
The G20 innovation race (Magazine)
Emerging markets are closing in on their more developed counterparts, with China’s patent and research growth now dwarfing that of the United States, writes Bob Stembridge of Thomson Reuters
Although less well known and certainly less well used by foreign companies, the Chinese utility model patent system offers a potentially useful and strategically valuable route for protection of inventions, writes Bob Stembridge, the manager of customer relations at the IP Solutions business of Thomson Reuters.
The strategy behind patent citations (Magazine)
For executive management to have a clear understanding of its competitor’s intentions in protecting an invention, it is important to look at the patent’s citations, writes Bob Stembridge of the IP Solutions business of Thomson Reuters
Free patent searches: at what cost? (Magazine)
When using patent information services, you get what you pay for
The best innovation is based on sharing ideas, but in the US that incurs potential risk of severe penalties in the case of willful infringement. So how, asks Bob Stembridge of Thomson Reuters IP Solutions, can that risk be managed while ensuring effective innovation through collaboration?
The current state of innovation in China (Market intelligence)
Since 1949 the Communist government has implemented a series of five-year plans that have guided the development of China from a poor developing nation to the second-largest global economy behind the United States in terms of both purchasing power and, more recently, gross domestic product (GDP). China has just completed the 11th Five-Year Plan for National Economic and Social Development. This plan highlighted innovation as a focus, and the corresponding science and technology plan articulated the country’s goal to become an innovation-oriented society by 2020. Many of the developments of the past five years illustrate how far China has moved towards that goal.
Brazil: a shining star among BRIC nations (Magazine)
Recent research undertaken by Thomson Reuters shows that Brazil has taken a major step forward with regards to both intellectual property and innovation, writes Bob Stembridge
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