Too often, engineering companies are in such a race to come up with the next big thing that they forget to consider the crucial step following their grand discoveries or inventions: patent protection. If a business is willing to spend years developing products and a considerable amount of money marketing, then it only makes sense to follow through and protect the accomplishment. Yet, many (unintentionally) don’t. Below are five risky ways tech companies often jeopardize their intellectual property rights, sometimes even before a product has been developed.
- Perryman PTAB Study for Unified Patents Leaves Out Half of the Story
- Patents are from Mars, Trade Secrets are From Venus
- The Rise of Australia’s Small Boutique Patent and Trademark Firms
- Tech Companies Should Strongly Consider Monetizing Their Patent Portfolios During the Economic Downturn
- (Not) Copyright Infringement: Is dbrand Infringing Nintendo’s IP?
- The Re-Written American Axle Opinion Does Not Bring Peace of Mind for Section 101 Stakeholders
- Federal Circuit Clarifies That Standard-Essentiality is A Question for the Factfinder
- Other Barks & Bites for Friday, August 7: USPTO Increases Fees for Patent Filings and AIA Trials, State AGs Ask HHS to March-In on Remdesivir, CAFC Denies American Axle Rehearing
- No, You Can’t March in On Remdesivir
- Google v. Oracle Perspective: Google’s Android ‘Cheat Code’ was to Copy Oracle’s Code