Category Archives: IPM Strategies

Patent Strategies in Light of the New Rules

Courtsy Russ Krajec’s Anything Under The Sun Made By Man In Patent Drafting and Claim Writing, Patent Drafting Theory, Practical Tips for Patent Drafting, Patent Strategy, Patents in Business, Business Theory for Patents, The USPTO The latest rules from the … Continue reading

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Intel faces trademark litigation on “Dual Core”

California-based ultramobile PC firm DualCor Technologies filed a suit accussing Intel of misappropriating the DualCor trademark.  DualCor applied for a trademark on its name in May 2004 and was granted the same by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in … Continue reading

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India 2nd best innovation facilitator places in the World

India emerged as the country with 2nd best conditions for innovation, after the US. UK ranked third and Japan at the fourth. Japan has emerged as the world’s most innovative nation in terms of business practises, followed by Switzerland, US and … Continue reading

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The secret to successful use of technology in a corporate setting

The secret to successful use of technology in a corporate setting By Ernest Svenson on Legal Tech It’s sad how much money is wasted on technology. If you need transportation and you buy a car then you aren’t wasting money. … Continue reading

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IP leveraging-A Strategy Article from Mckinsey

The McKinsey Quarterly: Intellectual property: Partnering for profit: “ Intellectual property: Partnering for profit Patents and proprietary processes represent an untapped source of revenue for many companies. McKinsey research shows that in lots of cases, companies could earn 5 to … Continue reading

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Accounting intangible patent portfolio

Intangibles Intangible Property is property that has value but cannot be seen or touched. Generally, you can either amortize or depreciate intangible property.You must amortize certain intangible property over 15 years if you meet the following conditions: You acquired the … Continue reading

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