Patent reform or not, @Acacia_Research CEO outlines why big NPEs can be confident about the future. http://t.co/sGYgSFyFQb
Auditor being brought in to review controls and procedures following USPTO teleworking scandal - Lee #aiplaAM14
'We hope to see patent reform move forward through next Congress agenda' Michelle Lee #aiplaAM14
A research paper analysing almost two years of results from inter-partes reviews published in the University of Chicago Law Review Dialogue, has revealed just how fundamentally review procedures have changed since the America Invents Act came into force in 2012. Written by Unified Patents’ COO Shawn Ambwani and Brian Love, an assistant professor of law at Santa Clara University...
We have now finalised all the arrangements for NPE15 – The Business of Responsible Licensing, our unique one-day conference designed for senior executives working at non-practising entities. The event will take place on 12th March 2015 at the Convene Conference Center, 32 Old Slip, New York City. With a limited capacity, we strongly advise early booking if you wish to come along.
IAM was in Shenzhen last week to attend the opening of the China Enterprise IP Institute (CEIPI). The institute – which aims to be a commercially-focused training ground for Chinese IP business strategists – has received considerable backing from local corporate IP executives in terms of both funding and knowhow. Shenzhen, as most readers of this blog will know, was a small...
Findings presented back in issue 61 of IAM dispelled the myth that patent count is all that is needed for a strong and valuable IP portfolio. This year, a repeat of that research is taken further by providing examples of IP portfolio management and the gathering of competitive intelligence
David Jarczyk, John J Wiora and Danielle M Lambert
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