As a longtime member of ICANN's Intellectual Property Constituency (IPC), I'm impressed by the important work that this group does on behalf of trademark owners worldwide (as I've written before). While some die-hard IPC members spend countless (and, often, thankless) hours working virtually and in-person (at ICANN's global meetings) ...
Most growing businesses know that intellectual property or ‘IP’ could be an important factor in their future success. But the abstract world of IP law can seem bewildering, giving rise to more questions than answers. Here is a brief guide to the basics. Why? Read completa article at yorkshirepost.co.uk
Big data is an invaluable tool for forward-thinking companies. As businesses move to improve their operating efficiency and tie key performance indicators to real-world results, integrated data analysis assumes an ever-increasing role in their activities. Of course, complex data sets are also associated with unique security challenges, and ...
Amid fierce competition and a slew of intellectual property scams, how can you protect your business ideas? Con artists and scammers aren’t new, but their ponzi schemes just might be, according to experts in intellectual property (IP). While trademarks, patents, designs and copyright laws may protect your IP, there are ...
At the recent IPAA Seminar for entrepeneurs, various issues of interest to inventors and small companies were discussed by professionals in the field, including data searchers, patent attorneys and examiners. The key issue of choosing a patent attorney was not discussed with the audience. This was a conscious ...
Of the top eleven active US patent holders, only four are American companies. But who gets the best return on their innovation rights is less clear. It is no surprise that many foreign companies are significant US patent holders. The leader in active US patents, Samsung, with 63,434, is now more than ...
Q: I'm an IP lawyer starting out. What is the future and where does IP fit?
For more than a year a man slept in his SUV parked on the upscale Park Slope section of Brooklyn. The man, call him Gene, a Ph.D. an organic chemist who did his post-doctoral work at Columbia, is named on 44 patents. How he found himself in ...
Patents, trademarks and copyright are not the only way to protect your Intellectual Property. If you didn’t know this you should know you still are unprotected. 1) As we said before, trademarking and patenting inventions are NOT the only ways to protect your intellectual property. You can also ‘Trade ...