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Intellectual Asset Management (IAM) IPBC Global, June 10-12 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco, hosted more than 650 attendees from all over the world. Eric Podlogar, IP Strategy and Valuation Market Lead, attended the conference. The Future Looks Bright for Patent Holders The event started out with the welcoming reception, which may have a

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The International Trademark Association (INTA) Annual Meeting is one of the largest conferences dedicated to trademarks and other intellectual property (IP). Held in Seattle, Washington this year, the conference hosted over 10,900 attendees (the largest ever in its 140 year history), and over 160 exhibitors from over 150 different countries. INTA is very much an

The post INTA Annual Meeting 2018: A Truly International Affair appeared first on .

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From Saturday, May 5th through Thursday, May 10th, 2018, Eric Podlogar, ktMINE’s IP Strategy & Valuation Market Lead, joined nearly 300 attendees at the Annual Patent Information Users Group (PIUG) Conference in Alexandria, Virginia. PIUG is a nonprofit organization dedicated to “supporting, assisting and enhancing” efforts associated with the “retrieval, analysis and dissemination of patent

The post Patent Searching is Evolving: PIUG 2018 appeared first on .

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As spring firmly establishes itself across the U.S. with warmer weather and increased daylight, healthcare workers have finally seen the number of seasonal influenza cases subside. This winter’s 2017-2018 flu season was one of the worst in recent memory, with the Center for Disease Control (CDC) reporting over 30,000 confirmed cases of the flu resulting

The post Universal Flu Vaccine a High Priority for Pharma Companies appeared first on .

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Based on user feedback, our in-house technology department has implemented several new trademark focused features within the platform. These new features include: Licensed Trademarks New Trademark Filters, Groupings, and Narrowing Filters Updated Trademark Profiles In addition to these new features, you will notice several aesthetic updates to the platform. Our UX team has been hard

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In October of 2017, we performed a year-on-year analysis of Intellectual Property (IP) licensing transactions. The following article replicates the analysis to include all updated information within our database of over 120,000 agreements and 65,000 royalty rates. All data has been normalized so that trends can be highlighted. Royalty Payment Agreement Bases Royalty payments are

The post What Does Agreement Data Say? Update 2Q 2018 appeared first on .

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ktMINE Blog by Eric Podlogar - 2M ago

Before you enter into any trademark negotiation, it pays to be well-prepared. Arming yourself with thorough intelligence will go a long way during the engagement. Unfortunately, the information necessary for these types of transactions can be very difficult to access. In some instances the discussion topic is complex, nuanced, or so narrow that the supporting

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Prior to the Patent Act of 1790, only men were permitted to author patents. In the centuries that have followed, the door has been opened for women to legally take credit for their innovations. Even so, women in America trail behind men in terms of patent holding. According to a study done by Yale earlier

The post World IP Day: Illinois’ Top Ten Female Patent Holders appeared first on .

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In March of this year, the dating app Bumble filed a lawsuit against Tinder’s parent, Match Group, for the allegedly fraudulent acquisition of trade secrets. This comes weeks after Match Group, owner of more than 45 dating apps and websites, began a suit against Bumble for patent infringement of Tinder’s “world-changing, card-swipe-based, mutual opt-in premise.”

The post Trade Secrets: Swipe Right to License, Swipe Left to Litigate appeared first on .

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In the world of IP, work can also be play. Utilizing the very information you use every day, you can potentially uncover interesting insights related to big blockbusters before the credits are ever rolled. The Avengers: Infinity War Let’s take a look at one of the biggest titles coming out this year- Avengers: Infinity War.

The post Bridging the Gap Between Pop Culture and IP: The Marvel Universe appeared first on .

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