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Patent Monetization: Identifying the Valuable Patents in a Portfolio

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Bernie Tomsa

Patent Attorney & Shareholder, Brooks Kushman

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Gene Quinn is a US Patent Attorney, Editor and a leading commentator on patent law and innovation policy.  He is the Founder and Editor of IPWatchdog.com, which he founded in 1999. Gene writes about patent law, patent and innovation policy, proposed legislation, rule making, software patents and more.  In 2014, Mr. Quinn was names one of the top 50 most influential people in IP by Managing IP Magazine.  And in both 2017 and 2018, he has been recognized by IAM Magazine as one of the top IP strategists in the world. Regarded as an expert on software patentability and U.S. patent procedure, Mr. Quinn regularly advises attorneys and clients on patent matters, litigation strategy and appeals.

Gene Quinn

Patent Attorney and Shareholder, Brooks Kushman

Bernie Tomsa is a registered patent attorney with over ten years of experience drafting patents, freedom-to-operate opinions, responses and appeals in a variety of technologies. Bernie has drafted hundreds of patents, and he has extensive experience with software patent applications related to video game software, interactive automotive software systems, digital circuits, database systems, advertisement delivery software and systems, web-based applications, smart-phone applications, storage device hardware, and digital content delivery systems. Bernie works with several multi-national corporations on the management of large patent portfolios. Understanding the competitive advantage that can be obtained through application of modern computing technology to portfolio management, Bernie has developed expertise with software providing analytical portfolio analysis

Bernie Tomsa

Gene Quinn

President and Founder, IPWatchdog & Top 300 IP Specialists

Analytics and big data can provide insight into the potential value of a patent portfolio in many ways, even identifying assets ripe for redistribution.

What may be a non-core asset for one could be an important missing piece for another. So, what if you could use big data to identify buyers who might be interested in patent assets you are going to allow to go abandoned anyway? What if you could identify quality assets likely to be abandoned because of maintenance fees and acquire them to supplement your portfolio?

Join Gene Quinn, President & CEO of IPWatchdog, Inc., and Bernard Tomsa, Shareholder and Analytics Co-Chair with Brooks Kushman for a free webinar discussion on the use of analytics to identify valuable assets and business opportunities.

This presentation will focus on relevant data points that you should consider from a portfolio monetization side, including fast identification of both valuable assets and purchasing, licensing, and enforcement targets. We will also explore the concept of portfolio back-filling, and how to quickly identify important purchasable IP assets relating to both your technology and your competitor’s patents, as well as data points that you should consider assisting in placing a value on those assets.