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Patent Pending: The Road to Obtaining a U.S. Patent

The term patent pending is a well recognized term of art that many inventors rightfully covet. It subtly, and very directly, conveys great meaning. It means that an inventor has taken steps to protect their invention in hopes of ultimately obtaining … Continue reading

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Patent case: Tretkurbeleinheit, Germany

H. Jeremias V. WollschlaegerThe FCJ confirmed that a new means of challenge based on the technical content of a document filed for the first time in the course of appeal proceedings is only to be admitted under the provisions of … Continue reading

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The Value of Patent Applications in Valuing Firms

It's an age-old question that we've blogged about here before – what role do patents have on firm value? And is any effect due to signaling or exclusivity? Does the disclosure in the patent have any value? Does anybody read … Continue reading

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IPO Webinar on Global Patent Enforcement

The Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO) will offer a one-hour webinar entitled "Enforcing Patents: Global Strategies and Tactics" on December 11, 2018 from 2:00 to 3:00 pm (ET). Steven Carlson of Robins Kaplan LLP, Johannes Heselberger on Bardehle Pagenberg Partnerschaft … Continue reading

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Why do you want a Patent?

Obtaining a patent can be the best business move you could ever make. On other hand, it may wind up costing you time, energy and a lot of money that you didn’t need to spend. The investment placed into getting … Continue reading

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