Smart Ways to Perform Patent Invalidity Searches for Mathematical Expressions

Have you ever had a case where you had to perform an invalidation search and you need a prior art for a claim at the heart of which has a mathematical expression? Needless to say, you wouldn’t [...]

Patent Portfolio Pruning: How Killing Bad Patents Can Increase The Value of Your Patent Portfolio?

A couple decades ago, patent portfolios were considered to be one of the most indispensable assets of an organization. It was the time when quality was given more importance and filing patents [...]

Patent portfolio strategy: filing patent continuation applications to enhance value of a portfolio

Patent portfolios are one of the most indispensable assets of an organization.  A sound patent portfolio strategy can build portfolios that could serve as a Weapon of choice during litigation – [...]

FTO Inspired Landscapes – A Way to Optimize Freedom to Operate Studies

Ask a bunch of patent counsel how do they feel about performing a Freedom to Operate study, and you may hear a collective groan from the whole group. No doubt – performing an FTO is a cumbersome [...]

Smart Business Development For IP Law Firms: How to Use Data to Increase Your Firm’s Business?

This is the third article of a 3 part series on Smart Business Development Strategies for IP Law Firms which discusses how to use data to build more clients for your IP law firm. The first [...]

How competitive analysis could lead to effective R&D Strategy?

How is Competitive Landscape helpful to researchers for creating an effective R&D strategy? To answer this question in its truest sense, we need to understand what competitive landscaping [...]

How We Found Prior Art For A Trade Secret Infringement Case Under ITC 337?

How difficult is it to find a solution to a problem you know nothing about? Difficult? Very Difficult? Preposterous, you say? No, we are not being inane. Though less often, there are instances [...]

How we used Reverse Engineering to confirm patent infringement?

One of the major challenges faced by a patent licensing manager is to find and prove evidence of infringement. The lack of evidence of the use chart, in a majority of cases, becomes a standalone [...]

Patent Licensing Strategy: How to identify infringement for a patent with circuits?

Creating a patent licensing strategy for circuit patents can be a challenging task. There are rare chances of you finding a detailed complete schematic of products in a product literature. This [...]

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