As this blog has pointed out, of all the recent patent decisions from the US Supreme Court its ruling in Impression Products v Lexmark International is proving to be a particular cause for concern among some members of the patent licensing community. The case concerns patent exhaustion and, according to Lillian Shaked of Shaked & Co, throws up several problems…Read more
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High-tech startups, highly leveraged businesses, companies anticipating growth, a turnaround, or that are otherwise in need of capital, may not always find a willing investor or acquirer that is able to finance what can be an expensive investment or M&A. Willing buyers may also be confronted by a lack of funds when acquiring another company’s…Read more
If you have obtained a patent for your invention, congratulations! A patent, however, is only the “raw material” used to generate revenue from an invention. The amount of money you can actually generate from the patent depends in large measure not only on the patent itself, but on the licensing deals you negotiate – assuming…Read more
Who Owns that Jointly Developed IP? Technology has enabled large scale global R&D collaboration among companies. Tools designed to support physically disbursed working groups and the availability of cloud based processor-heavy tasks such as CAD (Computer-Aided Design) have made it easier than ever for companies to join forces to develop new products, technology, and intellectual…Read more
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