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3 Developing a Strong Patent Strategy Michael A. Gollin Partner Venable . As outside counsel, I sometimes take instruction from and work with a central contact person or group that handles all internal communications. Gollin Partner Venable LLP. 4 Inside the Minds Protect and Respect: Two Steps toward Strategic Patent Management In recent years, enough has been written about management of intellectual property to fill bookshelves. 6 Inside the Minds patent application, and what to do with it once it is filed and issued. For example, a patent application could be handled differently if it is intended as a tool to block competitors, for licensing, to hold for future development, or for sale.
Developing a patent strategy. leading lawyers on counseling clients on patent protection, evaluating patent portfolios, and working with the USPTO. 2010 ed. Published 2010 by Aspatore in . Written in English. Patent laws and legislation.
This paper develops a theory of patent portfolios in which firms accumulate an enormous amount of related . Nonetheless, we think the focus on trolls obscures more complex and fundamental problems with the patent system.
This paper develops a theory of patent portfolios in which firms accumulate an enormous amount of related patents, which makes it impractical to develop new products that avoid inadvertent infringement. There are at least three different troll business models that have varying effects on the patent system.
The patent asset index-A new approach to benchmark patent portfolios. World Patent Information. Application of multiple known determinants to evaluate legal, commercial and technical value of a patent. Technical Representative, Patent cafe.
Patent litigation will always be costly, in particular when at least one participant favors aggression or believes the stakes are especially great.
Patent Protection: For the people and organizations who already hold .
Patent Protection: For the people and organizations who already hold patents, a primary concern is enforcement of those intellectual property protections. They rely on Patent Attorneys to monitor competitors’ technologies that may be infringing on their patents-and then seek legal relief and remedies. Patent Administration: The patent system requires a referee - an institution to set standards, grant protections and arbitrate disputes. In many patent law positions, however, highly detailed reading, analysis and writing are the job-day after day, month after month.
Find existing patents, published patent applications and other published patent documentation. The USPTO houses full text for patents issued from 1976 to the present and PDF images for all patents from 1790 to the present.
Why does an international patent strategy matter? Patent rights are territorial. Moreover, most patent offices around the world require that only locally licensed practitioners interface with the local patent office. This will require factoring in costs and fees for retaining local counsel. They are only enforceable where they are granted. Thus, a company must separately pursue protection of patent rights in other countries in which they desire to have protection. 5. What should a company consider when deciding whether to pursue patent protection outside the .
Inside the Minds provides readers with proven business intelligence from C-Level executives and lawyers (Chairman, CEO, CFO, CMO, Partner) from the world's most respected companies and firms nationwide. Each chapter is comparable to an essay/thought leadership piece and is a future-oriented look at where an industry, profession, or topic is heading and the most important issues for the future. Each author has been selected based upon their experience and C-level standing within the professional community.
1. Scott T. Bluni, Partner, Bingham McCutchen LLP - "Rules and Recent Trends in Patent Law" 2. Walter C. Linder, Partner, Faegre & Benson LLP - "Fundamentals of Successful Patent Strategy Development and Administration" 3. S. Craig Hemenway, Partner, Dorsey & Whitney LLP - "Patent Strategy in the Wake of In re Bilski and the Selection of Appropriate Applications" 4. Marc De Leeuw, Partner, Sullivan & Cromwell LLP - "Recent Patent Decisions and How They Affect Patent Law" 5. Raymond R. Ferrera, Partner; IP & Technology Team Leader, Adams and Reese LLP - "Exporting America s Rights-Driven Economy" 6. Jura Christine Zibas, Partner, Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP - "Preparing Clients for Strategic Patent Development" 7. A. Jason Mirabito, Member and Co-Chair, IP Department, Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo PC - "Creating Effective Patent Strategies in a Down Economy" 8. Beverly A. Lyman, Ph.D., Partner, Thompson Hine LLP - "Crafting a Patent Business Strategy in a Changing Environment" 9. Ryan Schneider, Partner, Troutman Sanders LLP - "Fundamentals of Patent Law and Prosecuting Patents" 10. Mark E. Stallion, Partner, Husch Blackwell Sanders LLP - "A Practical Overview of U.S. Patent Law Challenges and Strategy" 11. Jane Song, Partner, Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker LLP - "Initial Considerations in Seeking Patent Protection"