IPBasics.org is Launched: Less is More When it Comes to Understanding IP Rights

IP Close Up

When it comes to understanding intellectual property rights at least one organization has come to believe that less is more. A fresh approach to learning Continue reading.

Understanding Freedom to Operate (FTO) Concerning IP & Patents

Kashishipr

FTO is a pretty simple and straightforward concept, which implies that at a given point in time, no Intellectual Property (IP) from any third party is infringed upon a given product or service in a given market or geography.

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Around the IP Blogs

The IPKat

Let’s see what happened in the IP blogosphere during the first week of 2022:- Copyright The Kluwer Copyright Blog wrote about the EU concept of work in relation to football matches (see here ) and the possible sources of originality in the filming and broadcasting of the match (see here ).

Hinman on UIPM Podcast Debut: Quarterly Reporting of IP Rights Boosts Companies and Investors

IP Close Up

Brian Hinman knows a thing or two about IP rights. Hinman believes that companies need to scrutinize them more systematically and openly if they hope Continue reading.

Around the IP Blogs

The IPKat

We say goodbye to 2021 with the most interesting posts and articles from the surrounding IP blogs of the past week! around the IP Blogs copyright Giorgio Luceri patents trade marks

Taking the IP Train

Likelihood of Confusion

The post Taking the IP Train appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™. Brand Management and Branding Trademarks and trademark law Big Thoughts MTA IP Overreaching Rent SeekingThe New York Times reported (yes, reg.

Deliberately Incorporating IP into Business Strategy

IP.com

The post Deliberately Incorporating IP into Business Strategy appeared first on IP.com - IP Innovation and Analytics. IP StrategyIntellectual property is a valuable business asset.

IP Look-Ahead for 2022: Fewer Big Patent Wins, More Efficient Monetization

IP Close Up

Data Litigation News Research Transactions Uncategorized AIA Altitude Captial Partners crypto intellectual property IP awareness IP Watchdog licensing litigation M&A meme stocks NFTs patent monetization social media The Intangible Investor trends

Innovation Intelligence: Simplifying IP Research

IP.com

The post Innovation Intelligence: Simplifying IP Research appeared first on IP.com - IP Innovation and Analytics. IP IntelligenceStrategic innovation keeps your business competitive.

Happy 13th Birthday IP Osgoode!

IPilogue

Ashley Moniz is the Managing Editor of the IPilogue and the Assistant Director of IP Osgoode. . On October 15, 2008, at the Four Seasons Hotel in Toronto, IP Osgoode was officially launched. Here are a few noteworthy accomplishments from the past year: IP Osgoode.

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Structuring the IP financial exchange

IP and Legal Filings

In the United States, the first financial exchange focusing on the IP asset was established in 2014. The main aim was to facilitate the non-exclusive licensing and trading of IP assets. This shows how important is the licensing aspect of the company which deals in the IP field.

IP-Phone

Likelihood of Confusion

“The leading computer company plans to build a system that will sense when people are trying to video live events — The post IP-Phone appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™. Instapundit reports: DOES APPLE REALLY WANT TO CRIPPLE YOUR IPHONE?

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Around the IP Blogs

The IPKat

Although a bleak winter week, the IPKat is here to warm you up with tales of interesting posts from the IP blogs. IP Finance recently reported on a decision SecurityPoint Holdings v. around the IP Blogs copyright Giorgio Luceri patents trade marks

IP Assignments

Sander Law

IP Assignments. An IP Assignment is a document that transfers IP rights from one party to another. The IP rights may be for example a Patent or Trademark Registration, but pending rights can also be transferred like a patent or trademark application. Monetizing your IP.

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Around the IP Blogs

The IPKat

Another week, another review of the latest news from the surrounding IP blogs! Mike Mireles reports for IP Finance. IP Finance reports. around the IP Blogs copyright Giorgio Luceri patents trade marks

Trademarks: The IP that isn’t IP

Likelihood of Confusion

The post Trademarks: The IP that isn’t IP appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™. I have asked, begged, cajoled and — well, no I haven’t threatened Ed Timberlake; who could do that? — but in any event, he won’t write a guest post on.

Limited Edition Products: Can they be Protected under IP Law?

Kashishipr

A critical issue to be addressed is whether these limited-edition products can get protection under Intellectual Property (IP) law, just as regular products do, and if yes, then which is the most appropriate form of IP Protection ?

2021 IP Year in Review

IPilogue

Pina D’Agostino is the Founder and Director of IP Osgoode, the IP Intensive Program, and the IP Innovation Clinic, the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of the IPilogue, the Deputy Editor of the Intellectual Property Journal, and an Associate Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School.

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Happy New Year and Welcome Back to IP Osgoode!

IPilogue

Giuseppina D’Agostino is the Founder and Director of IP Osgoode, the IP Intensive Program, and the IP Osgoode Innovation Clinic, the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of the IPilogue, the Deputy Editor of the Intellectual Property Journal, and an Associate Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School.

Around the IP Blogs

The IPKat

Take shelter in this post and check what was published last week around the IP blogs. Alexandre Miura around the IP Blogs copyright patents trade marksThe year has barely begun, and another period of Mercury retrograde is already upon us.

2 IP Mistakes Your Company Can’t Afford to Make

IP.com

Unfortunately, IP can also be an organization’s downfall. The most common IP mistakes can be. The post 2 IP Mistakes Your Company Can’t Afford to Make appeared first on IP.com - IP Innovation and Analytics. IP Strategy

IP Audit: What is it all about?

IIPRD

Intellectual Property (IP) has been gaining prominence around the world. The major impact that IP is making in the market is unfathomable. Effective and timely registration of IPs is now what the company strives for. Basics of IP Audit. Types of IP audit.

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The Road Ahead: Predicting IP Developments to Watch in 2022

IP Watchdog

Once again, this year we asked a selection of IP stakeholders to weigh in on what important IP events they see unfolding in the year ahead. While crystal balls were not required, respondents were encouraged to take their best educated guesses about what the future holds for IP in 2022.

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Around the IP Blogs

The IPKat

Come with this Kat for a stroll around this week’s posts from IP blogs. Alexandre Miura around the IP Blogs copyright patents trade markAs good Kats, we are always paying attention to our surroundings. Copyright A Kat walking and enjoying its freedom.

IP Consideration for Tech Companies

IP and Legal Filings

With IP forming a major role in the company wealth generation, the company must ensure that such IP issues are met perfectly so that the company can have maximum output and wealth generation. Enforcing your IP. The IP is recognized in different forms under each jurisdiction.

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Tokenization of intellectual property for IP rights management

The IPKat

Kat friend, Dr. Julia Hugendubel, describes recent developments concerning tokenization of IP rights to manage IP. Interest in blockchain technology, tokens, and IP, continues apace. Tokenization of IP In a nutshell, "tokenization" means using a smart contract (i.e.,

IP CloseUp Views were Up a Record 21% in 2021; Total Increase Since 2018 is 44%

IP Close Up

IP CloseUp celebrated its Tenth Anniversary in 2021, with viewership up 44% since 2018. Annual increases since 2018 were 7%, 11 % and 21%, respectively. The 2021 Continue reading.

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Customs Intervention for IP in the Indian Sub-Continent

Kashishipr

Intellectual Propriety (IP) rights holders are under the perpetual threat of counterfeit goods in the market that is growing exponentially with advancing technology and a surge in cross-border trade among countries.

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Everyday IP: When were computers invented?

IP Blog

Given that the subject of one of our recent articles in the Everyday IP series was cars, you might think we could not possibly pick an invention more critical to people's daily lives… but computers just might fit that description. Patents Trademarks IP management Designs

Everyday IP: When were cars invented?

IP Blog

uncovers quite a few notable and surprising developments in the history of Intellectual Property (IP). Patents Everyday IPSeeking the answer to the question "When were cars invented?"

How Technology is Reshaping the IP Management Industry

IP Watchdog

There’s hardly any area in entrepreneurship today that deals with innovation more than intellectual property rights protection – in fact, cutting edge technology and inventions are at the core of the IP industry.

World IP Day 2021 – Focus on IP and SMEs

azrights

World IP day is on April 26. Every year the IP industry, led by the World Intellectual Property Office (WIPO) celebrates the day by raising awareness of the vital role IP rights in innovation and creativity. The right IP strategy will be decided based on your business model.

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Unlocking IP-backed financing in Singapore*

WIPO Magazine

Andre Toh, the author of a new report, the first in a new WIPO series, discusses Singapore’s experience in developing a multifaceted ecosystem to help businesses maximize the potential of their IP assets

Understanding the Benefits of IP Audit

IIPRD

In one of our previous pieces, we discussed about the IP audit. We discussed the basics of IP audit and how the industries need to understand the nitty-gritty of IP Audit. Effective and timely registration of IPs is now what the company strives for. What is IP Audit?

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How to Go Ahead with IP Audit?

IP and Legal Filings

A business owns, acquires, or uses IPs in various fields which require systematic review. The review of IPs in a company is generally what is known as an IP audit. This audit helps in structuring and assessing any risk involved in taking IP forward. Conducting an IP audit.

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Iancu and Kappos: TRIPS IP Waiver Proposal Will Kill More People Than It Saves

IP Watchdog

While all three panelists agreed that the IP waiver discussion has become a distraction that will not solve the fundamental problems, Iancu and Kappos were especially passionate that the precedent set by the U.S.

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China IP Administration and Bank of China in Strategic Agreement over IP Financing

IP and Legal Filings

Role of IP. Speaking at the ceremony, Shen reiterated the importance of IP protection. Under market economy conditions, innovation cannot continue without IP protection and financial support. China’s increasing dominance in IP.

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Africa IP Highlights #3: Patents and reforms in IP policy, legislation and administration

The IPKat

This post is the third and final installment in the “Africa IP Highlights 2021 series” of posts highlighting some of the key developments in IP in Africa in 2021. This post is about patents and reforms in IP policy, legislation and administration.

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Patent Benefits: 4 Advantages of Patenting Your IP

IP.com

The post Patent Benefits: 4 Advantages of Patenting Your IP appeared first on IP.com - IP Innovation and Analytics. Patenting an invention is a long, complex, and costly process that might not seem worthwhile, especially for small businesses or entrepreneurs.

A Look Back at India’s Top IP Developments of 2021

SpicyIP

Continuing our annual tradition of recounting the significant developments that impacted the Indian IP landscape in the year that has been, we bring you a round-up of 2021’s developments. b) Top 10 IP Judgments/Orders (Jurisprudence/Legal Lucidity) and.

Around the IP Blogs

The IPKat

While we are changing from the "All I want for Christmas is you" to the "Happy New Year" playlist, check what has been going on around the IP blogs before 2021 is over. Alexandre Miura around the IP Blogs copyright NFT patents PPH reputation trade marks Unified Patent Court

Two Supreme Court IP Cases to Watch in 2022

IP Watchdog

Copyright Copyright Litigation Courts Guest Contributors Holiday Posts IP News IPWatchdog Articles Patents US Supreme Court copyright copyrights Guest Contributor intellectual property Patent Litigation SCOTUS

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Only in Your Dreams: Patent Stakeholders Share Their IP Wishes for the New Year

IP Watchdog

It's New Year's Day 2022, and as we do each year at this time, we asked our readers to weigh in on their “wildest dreams” for IP in the upcoming year (though I tend to agree with one commenter below who said, “I don’t dream about IP…if you do, seek immediate professional help.”)