Guest post by J.D. Houvener Yes, as many legal answers begin, “it depends”… …But, our clients and I almost always agree it takes WAY TOO LONG! Continue reading here.
You are certainly aware that I am recommending LinkedIn to IP lawyers and Patent Attorneys. I have recently discovered one more feature that comes with much more reasons to use it:… read more →
Our professional area of IP is currently undergoing commoditization on a large scale. Watch my talk here at minute 00:30 in order to find out more about that trend. There are only two… read more →
This is what I observe: At the start of a new year, a lot of people review their past year and make plans for the new one. Often they’ll have… read more →
Guest post by Craige Thompson I’d like to tell you today about a very important case from 2014. This is part of our post-Alice software series of Litigation Quality PatentCasts because it’s about an… read more →
In very short words: no, you cannot assert trademark rights against innocent freight forwarders in Singapore in transhipment border seizure cases. Continue reading here.
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Potential clients frequently ask if they can successfully sell or license their patents; unfortunately, the answer is, far more often than not, “no.” Continue reading here.
Guest Post by John Rizvi Entrepreneurs and inventors, Check out this viral video by criminal defense attorneys in California advising clients to remain silent (they actually are a bit more… read more →
You have chosen a very difficult task. Advising Startup Companies is one of the most difficult areas in IP. My webpage provides you with materials for a holistic approach, covering all… read more →