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Building Your IP Strategy for Patent-Intensive Tech Startups – Part 4: IP Mapping

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Building Your IP Strategy for Patent-Intensive Tech Startups – Part 4: IP Mapping

This is the last in a four-part blog series on how to build an IP strategy for patent-intensive tech startups.

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HOW TO SPEND SMART MONEY DEVELOPING YOUR PATENT PORTFOLIO

HOW TO SPEND SMART MONEY DEVELOPING YOUR PATENT PORTFOLIO

How spending smart money upfront leads to better long term results and lower overall cost in patent filings.

Will Justice Barrett Impact the Patent System?

Will Justice Barrett Impact the Patent System?

Justice Barrett was formally sworn in as the newest member of the U.S. Supreme Court. How will this impact the patent system?

New USPTO Guidance and Implications for Better Patent Drafting

New USPTO Guidance and Implications for Better Patent Drafting

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) recently issued new guidance on the topic of applicant admitted prior art (known as “AAPA”), and there are a couple of important takeaways for anyone drafting or prosecuting patent applications.

The More You Know: Leveraging Institutional Knowledge in Patent Portfolio Management

The More You Know: Leveraging Institutional Knowledge in Patent Portfolio Management

Those who can effectively manage both the technical content of their patent applications — as well as the cultural, relational, and contextual “stories” behind them — are in a better position to maximize the value of their patent portfolio.

Patenting in a Pandemic: 4 Key Strategies for Managing Patent Portfolios in 2020

Patenting in a Pandemic: 4 Key Strategies for Managing Patent Portfolios in 2020

In the chaos of the global Coronavirus pandemic, tech companies are facing extraordinary challenges. We discuss how tech leaders can develop smart strategies for managing patent portfolios in turbulent times.

Quantum Computing: What Is That?

Quantum Computing: What Is That?

The golden opportunity of my professional life came in 2003.  I was admitted to the PhD program at MIT, and…

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