Posts Tagged: intellectual property


A Rebuke to Terrorists

Long term economic growth is intricately linked with political freedom. Political freedom fosters stable international relations. Stable international relations promote wealth creation. And so the cycle grows. …
By Joseph Allen 1 year ago 4

Patents and Portfolio Value, Up or Down?

David Morland, a partner with 3LP Advisors, moderated the first panel. He lead off the segment by pointing out that in the United States patents are being …
By Gene Quinn 2 years ago 0

Best Practices for Fostering a Culture of Innovation

Many great companies accomplish innovation objectives under the leadership of household-name visionary leaders such as Bill Gates and Andy Grove. But we all know that people don’…
By Andrew J. Sherman 2 years ago 0

Using Competitive Intelligence to Enable IP Monetization

In the last 35 years, there has been a shift from a labor economy to a knowledge economy. Consequently, intangible assets (and thus, IP rights) have emerged as …
By Raymond Millien 2 years ago 0

IP Law Summit – September 14-16

The IP Law Summit will be held from September 14, 2014, through September 16, 2014, at the Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa, Palm Beach, Florida. The event will bring together senior …
By Gene Quinn 2 years ago 0

Populist Disconnect and the Whittling Away of IP Rights

Stealing originally created content is extremely problematic, whether it is a blog article, a newspaper article, a book, painting, photograph or movie. If you search the Internet …
By Gene Quinn 2 years ago 25

IP Law Summit in Palm Beach, Florida

The IP Law Summit will be held from September 14, 2014, through September 16, 2014, at the Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa, Palm Beach, Florida. The event will bring together senior …
By Gene Quinn 2 years ago 0

What is Intellectual Property?

Generally speaking, "intellectual property" is probably best thought of (at least form a conceptual standpoint) as creations of the mind that are given the legal rights often …
By Gene Quinn 2 years ago 0

Bringing Manufacturing Jobs Back: A Policy for America’s Future

Short-sighted decisions by CEOs and the lack of any leadership, let alone meaningful leadership, in Washington, DC, has placed America on the path of economic ruin. The …
By Gene Quinn 2 years ago 11

The Economic Case for Strong Protection for Intellectual Property

While all nations have a great deal to gain from attracting foreign direct investment and research spending from multinational firms, developing nations in particular stand to gain …
By Dr. Kristina Lybecker 2 years ago 3

Laying the Groundwork for a Reflective IP Strategy

“Without a strong healthy business nothing else really matters--not even IP. A successful IP [plan] is one that follows the business and strategizes to meet its goals,” …
By Dolly Krishnaswamy 2 years ago 0

Book Review: The Intangible Investor

Prosperity in the United States is now almost completely tied to innovation, and a prerequisite to successful innovation is access to capital. The central theme of Bruce …
By Gene Quinn 2 years ago 5

India’s IPR Policies Jeopardize its U.S. Trade Benefits

Over the past few months, a groundswell of voices in the U.S. business community and U.S. Government has arisen to express frustration with India’s …
By John McDermid 2 years ago 0

Seven IP Cases Slated on Supreme Court Oral Argument Calendar

The Court will hear oral argument as follows: on February 26, in two cases on granting (Octane Fitness) and reviewing (Highmark) attorneys’ fee awards; on March 31, in a …
By AIPLA 2 years ago 0

The Future of Global Health Depends on Strong IPRs

At first blush Dr. David Taylor’s claim that “continuing progress in the pharmaceutical and other health sciences will eliminate disease related mortality and disability in people …
By Dr. Kristina Lybecker 2 years ago 4