Posts Tagged: unicorn


The U.S. Needs to Make IP Policy a Priority, Now

In the absence of a discernable IP policy, America achieved leadership through laws and courts that supported inventors, and commerce, and that encouraged risk-taking. But the world …
By Bruce Berman
2 years ago 12

Patent Market Trends and the Key Factors Impacting Patent Valuation

While patent portfolios are entering the market other patent portfolios continue to leave the market having been purchased. Asking prices seem to have also reached an equilibrium …
By Gene Quinn
3 years ago 0

A unicorn with patents does exist – AppDynamics has small but growing patent portfolio

AppDynamics is an example of what is known in the venture capital world as a “unicorn,” a start-up company which reaches a valuation that exceeds $1 billion. In …
By Steve Brachmann
4 years ago 1

Tech Round-Up: Anonymous Takes on ISIL, Square IPO Beats Estimates and a Freeze Ray

From tech developers trying to take a stand against tech-savvy terrorists to a pair of highly anticipated initial public offerings of stock for tech start-ups, there’s …
By Steve Brachmann
4 years ago 0

A Patent Bigfoot? The Mythical First Action Allowances DO Exist!

Top 50 Law Firms with the most first action allowances according to PatentCore data. But where are these first action allowances coming from? All over the Patent Office …
By Gene Quinn
8 years ago 21