Do you use Salesforce in your organization? If yes, this write-up is for you. Excuse me for starting the article abruptly, but I don’t want to waste a second and directly jump on to help you with [...]
You might agree with me when I say that Terminal disclaimer calculations are confusing. Terminal Disclaimers are known for tangling the already tangled expiry date calculations. In the last [...]
What exactly is the objective of an invalidation search? That’s an easy question. Of course, it is to find a result – one that discloses every aspect of the patent in question (Called as Tier I). [...]
Having a sound prosecution strategy is as exigent to the growth of a portfolio as is the necessity of a sound patent strategy for the development of a business. And like every business has its [...]
Results found. No results found – Searches, in my opinion, have more to it than the outcome. As a searcher, of course, there are strategies and tactics involved to get to the result (or the lack [...]
Patent thickets, broad patents, and patents covering vague and combinatorial claims have exponentially increased in number over the past few decades. Cloaking under the name of patent strategy, [...]
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“One of the main reasons for getting a patent is to make some money out of it. That is what assets are for, am I right?” – was the response of an inventor when asked the reason why he sought a [...]
What happens when a company has a strong patent portfolio but is not able to convert the IP assets into financial ones? Add to it, the rising operational costs that are affecting the financial [...]
Patent Licensing Insights: Who Could Be The Next Target In Sisvel’s Series Of Patent Infringement Lawsuits?
Patent Licensing Insights is a section featuring insights/trends from our in-house tool BOS, which can help anybody in designing and picking appropriate patent monetization and acquisition [...]
Time and again, the prior art searches we conduct teach us new lessons. These lessons not only help us add new rules to our little black book of prior art searching but also point us to the true [...]
The new fuel nozzle of GE’s Leap jet engine is one monolithic piece that is manufactured by spraying fine alloy powder in a printer where it’s then heated using a laser. The process is then [...]
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You (or your company, for that matter) are working on developing a product. A result of a ton of brainstorming, a dozen or more presentations to senior management, and a couple of approvals [...]
Innovation often starts with a “light bulb moment”. One works on their idea and then from idea, s/he moves to invention, and in the end to a patent application. Thereafter it’s up-to [...]
Visual Memory vs NVidia – What led Federal Circuit Reversed District Court Decision to Declare Claims Disclosing Programmable Memory System Patent Eligible Subject Matter?
Visual Memory sued NVIDIA for infringing its US5953740 patent. NVIDIA in a response filed a motion under Rule 12(b)(6) which was granted by the district court. The district court scrutinized [...]
Not all prior art searches are run equally. Some are complex, some are easy, and some test your temperament by pushing you to the dark abyss of self-doubt where you question your abilities and [...]
Almost every day, multiple patent litigations suits are filed. The increasing frequency of these cases indicates companies are now more inclined to stop competition or get value over their [...]
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Talk of budgets and the very first question that comes to the mind is — Given a certain amount of money, how much should be allocated to various expenses? Should you abandon few patents from [...]
Does the idea of getting approximately 7.2 times the return on investment OR reducing legal spending by 20% OR saving 28% (80% in a few cases) in contract reviewing time appeal to you? If yes, [...]
Stephen King once said, “Good books don’t give up all their secrets at once.” Some books are written in such a way that the more the times you read it, more the secrets you uncover. One of those [...]
Note – The report first published on Sep 2, 2018, and updated on May 8, 2019. Recently, it updated on June 4, 2020. 5G – The most awaited technology for years altogether is finally here. A [...]
Imagine – You have hit upon a really good idea, which has a ton of potential. You start working on it with the product development team and invest millions of dollars on the R&D. Because you [...]
OBJECTIVE: We had to invalidate a patent related to an audio player that had one important feature. Also, the client wanted to make his position stronger in the Inter Partes Review. STORY: This [...]
Can you think of traveling from London to Paris by just walking instead of using an airplane? Impossible! You may even call me a lunatic for just asking such a silly question. But the point is if [...]
How do you tell apart an abstract idea from another? More importantly, in this post-Alice era, how do you identify patent abstract ideas which determine the subject matter eligibility for claims? [...]
Recently, McCain filed a complaint in the court of Northen district of Illinois alleging that J.R. Simplot used its patented designs USD720916 in its Sidewinders product(as shown below). You [...]
Of late, we have been performing a lot of invalidation searches on patents of 4G LTE. And I noticed a weird pattern – call it insight if you would like to – that I didn’t discover earlier while [...]