A business without IP protection is like driving without your seatbelt on. You’re unnecessarily taking an easily avoidable risk. –Navin Agarwal

IP strategy

To successfully license in today’s environment, it is often necessary to file a patent infringement suit to convince a potential licensee to seriously engage in licensing negotiations and close a […]

IP games are being played on all sides, resulting in demon dialogues, negative patterns and quick escalations to legal actions. In order to foster productive discussions, both sides need to […]

IP by itself will not make a company succeed, no more than writing a song will make someone a rock star. The value of a business lies primarily with the […]

Having IP and getting licensing revenue makes sense in some business situations, but not in others. If you can find patents that still have a useful life but are not in a […]

Leveraging IP assets is much broader than monetization. It could mean clearing roadblocks in front of introducing new products, or getting new avenues to sell company products. At the end of the day, […]

IP is not what it portrays to be. IP is not about ownership. It’s not about rewarding innovation. IP is about blocking innovation, and ensuring that old dinosaurs can stay […]

IP is more than just patents. It’s brand, it’s confidential information, it’s copyright – none of these rights rely on spending millions of dollars on lawyers. Most of the IP […]

An IP strategy should not exist in a vacuum, it has really got to be designed to help the business to achieve its technology, and business strategies. Otherwise, it does […]