Analyzing Increasingly Large Patent Sets To Fuel Innovation Of Tomorrow
The backed up patent applications at most patent offices and long waits to process new applications may be annoying for most inventors and businesses alike but it amplifies just how fast innovation is happening today as compared to a decade or two ago. Perhaps one of the most significant drivers for this pace is information […]
Interactive Intellectual Property Research Delivery – and Paperless too
A very recently published article by David Flint and Valerie Surgenor titled “United Kingdom: Innovators Encouraged To Go Paperless” emphasizes the calls from various governments around the world in recent times to cut down on paper intensive work processes. This measure in the UK comes just as Gene Quinn’s IP Watchdog carried a post titled […]
Nokia Vs Apple iPhone The Patent Battle Intensifies – Where Is The Reward For Innovation?
In telecom circles everyone is following the patent infringement battle between Nokia and Apple with keen interest on how it pans out. Nokia claims Apple infringed on no less than 10 of it’s patents related to wireless standards with the launch of the iPhone and no royalties or licensing fees have been paid by Apple […]
The Battle On Software Patents Continues – How Would You Resolve It?
It’s everywhere! Blogs are buzzing with opinions and views on it, Twitter is flowing with tweets and references to it and IP professionals, innovators and the software industry are glued to In re Bernard L. Bilski and Rand A. Warsaw v. Kappos where the battle for patent rights for software and in particular business methods has […]
Boost your in-house IP research capabilities while cutting down on overall cost !
My previous blogpost (Corporate IP Practitioner’s need for flexibility and transparency ) had mentioned that a combination of a patent analysis platform such as Patent iNSIGHT Pro with a patent database can make a powerful and yet cost-effective solution to your needs for flexibility and transparency while accelerating activities that usually eat up most of your […]