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Parker’s public play (Magazine)
Increased investor appetite in the IP asset class and the substantial benefits offered by a public listing have enabled many public IP companies to accomplish and accelerate their business objectives. A good example is ParkerVision
Successful tech companies have transformed what was once the cornerstone of invention into a place that is strangely inhospitable to bold ideas and strong IP rights. What will it take for Silicon Valley to get its mojo back?
Proposed changes to Hong Kong’s patent regime are far reaching and, potentially, game changing for both practitioners and their clients
Model behaviour (Magazine)
Diverse businesses have made monetising patents more lucrative and less painful. They have come a long way, but are yet to be fully understood
Patent holders can breathe a little more easily following the US Supreme Court’s ecent decision in i4i v Microsoft, which maintains the established burden of proof necessary to invalidate a patent
Intelligent re-design (Magazine)
With some predicting recession for 2008, it is time to speak out about the value that IP can bring
Restless natives (Magazine)
There are more ways to make money from IP rights than ever before. The key is knowing which one works for you
The ins and outs of licensing (Magazine)
Are we ready for a world where all business relationships begin to look like licensing transactions?
The journey is the reward (Magazine)
The International Organisation for Standardisation is seeking views on the establishment of a standard for valuing patents. The move should be welcomed
EPC 2000 in practice (Magazine)
On 13th December 2007 the European Patent Convention 2000 came into force in all contracting states, extensively changing the original convention
Examining re-exams: part one (Magazine)
Inter partes re-exams did not catch on immediately, but they are becoming increasingly popular at the USPTO
Overlooked and understated (Magazine)
The most valuable patents a company owns may not be those that drive licensing deals, but those that underpin products and secure freedom of action
Towards a moral theory of capital (Magazine)
While there is much debate about why we have a financial crisis and how to solve it, one thing is clear: as a society that depends on the creation of capital, we know very little about how capitalism works
The consequences of Bilski (Magazine)
The recent Bilski decision should encourage US patent applicants to use a variety of claim types, include a machine or transformation in the body of the method claim, and include more specific embodiments in the written description
The analysis angle (Magazine)
The capacity to perform deep, insightful patent analysis is foundational to a productive IP organisation
He’s no Robin Hood (Magazine)
File sharing promotes a culture of piracy that makes it more acceptable to steal branded goods and inventions, as well as content. Big daddy Kim Dotcom is sticking it to all IP holders
A divided panel of the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit confirmed that isolated natural DNA sequences remain patentable in the United States. But this may not be the final word on the subject
Truth that can be trusted (Magazine)
Intellectual property is perfectly placed to thrive during economic uncertainty. But for that to happen, it has to be much more ordinary than it is at the moment.
Businesses are attempting to figure out just who or what is an IP investor and whether they all are equally deserving of ROI, as we know it.
New tools for a new economy (Magazine)
The knowledge economy requires a new set of conceptual tools to operate, but who is responsible for creating them?
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