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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 Strengthen Your Patent Portfolio Against IPR Challenges

How to Strengthen Your Patent Portfolio Against IPR Challenges

When you’re awarded a patent, you might think the patent process is finished. But your competitors might think otherwise! In…

Should We Request Non-Publication of Our Patent Applications?

Should We Request Non-Publication of Our Patent Applications?

Tech companies can make smart, strategic decisions about whether to publish their patent applications.

Patent Infringement: How It’s Proven, And How This Should Influence Your Patent Filings

Patent Infringement: How It’s Proven, And How This Should Influence Your Patent Filings

As a patent owner, you have the legal right to exclude others from making, using, selling, or offering to sell…

Patent Assignment: How to Transfer Ownership of a Patent

Patent Assignment: How to Transfer Ownership of a Patent

This is the second in a two-part blog series on owning and transferring the rights to a patent. (Read…

Claim Strategies for Patent Applications: Can Your Patent Claims Ever Be Too Broad?

Claim Strategies for Patent Applications: Can Your Patent Claims Ever Be Too Broad?

This is the first in a two-part blog series on the scope of your patent application’s claim set. (Read …

Patent Ownership vs. Inventorship: Who Really Controls the Rights to a Patent?

Patent Ownership vs. Inventorship: Who Really Controls the Rights to a Patent?

This is the first in a two-part blog series on owning and transferring the rights to a patent. (Read Part…

How to Slow Down Patent Prosecution with the USPTO

How to Slow Down Patent Prosecution with the USPTO

This is the second in a two-part blog series on controlling the speed of the patent process. (Read part one…

How to Speed Up Patent Prosecution at the USPTO

How to Speed Up Patent Prosecution at the USPTO

This is the first in a two-part blog series on controlling the speed of the patent process. (Read part two…

Filing in the United States Via PCT Application: Bypass Continuation or National Stage Entry?

Filing in the United States Via PCT Application: Bypass Continuation or National Stage Entry?

Under the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT), you can file a single “international” patent application that’s effective as an initial patent…

How to Avoid Your Own Patents and Applications As Prior Art Under the America Invents Act (AIA)

How to Avoid Your Own Patents and Applications As Prior Art Under the America Invents Act (AIA)

As your company’s patent portfolio grows over time, it’s important to understand how your own previously filed patent applications can…

The Anatomy of a Patent

The Anatomy of a Patent

If you work at a tech company, you’ll likely encounter many situations where you need to be able to read…

The US Patent Office’s Test for Software and Computer Inventions

The US Patent Office’s Test for Software and Computer Inventions

Here we take a detailed look at how the US patent office analyzes patent eligibility of software and computer-implemented inventions.

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