Patents

How to Rocket Your Startup to Success

December 9, 20150 Comments

NASA is offering startups the opportunity to license their intellectual property technology for no upfront cost. And you can work with their IP for up to three years without paying any royalty.

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Is Your Patent Costing You Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars?

September 3, 20150 Comments

Not taking action with your patent will cost you over $250,000. And that’s not counting the cost of lost revenue opportunities or litigating any infringement. It’s estimated that the average cost over the course of the 20-year life span of a single patent is about $100,000.00 – or roughly $5,000 per year in maintenance fees. And that doesn’t begin to cover the initial investment, which on average is about $150,000.00 to develop a single patentable invention. That’s due in part because the U.S. patent office currently rejects about 65% of all patent applications.

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5 Key Parts of a Patent Document and How to Review Them

June 16, 20150 Comments

One of the most important steps in licensing patents is reviewing the patent document to make sure its not infringing on other patents.   Patent documents can be complex, and understanding how to read it can help you quickly research the technical, legal and commercial information about the IP. Here’s a quick summary of the […]

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Ready to Sell Your Patent? Check Out Google’s Latest Venture – The Patent Purchase Promotion

May 5, 20150 Comments

Google wants to buy your patent. Last week, it announced the launch of the Patent Purchase Promotion. It’s an experiment in creating a patent marketplace that’s simple, easy to use, and fast.

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The True Cost of Your Patent

November 13, 20140 Comments

Not taking action with your patent will cost you over $250,000. And that’s not counting the cost of litigating any infringement. And that doesn’t begin to cover the first investment, which on average is about $150,000.00 to develop a single patentable invention.

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