USPTO Announces 2015 Winners of its Patents for Humanity Program
Thu, 7/2/2015 - 11:30AM — JAMES MALACKOWSKI

Collaboration plays a crucial role in overcoming many complex issues worldwide. It is this shared desire for problem solving that pushes countless innovators to improve their inventions. Programs such as Patents for Humanity are dedicated to those...

Launch of Chicago Women in IP (ChiWIP) Network at Ocean Tomo
Tue, 6/30/2015 - 2:00PM — MOLLY KEELAN

On Wednesday, June 24th, the Chicago Women in IP (ChiWIP) kicked off a successful movement for women in the intellectual property community at Ocean Tomo’s Chicago office. After initiating a similar event on the west coast, I felt that Chicago was...

Valuation Tools for Assessing IP-Related Risks
Mon, 5/11/2015 - 2:00PM — ROY D’SOUZA

Every intellectual property (IP) valuation is unique and requires different methods to form a proper analysis that accounts for the risks involved in a particular scenario. Specific tools and techniques are employed when assessing and accounting for...

Take 5 On Patents: March Report
Thu, 4/30/2015 - 2:05PM — STRATEGIC ANALYTICS

Today, Ocean Tomo released our new Take 5: On Patents report. This report provides an overview of the highest patent issuance activity within the United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) during the month of March. A few notable names from this...

Data processing – generic control systems or specific applications
Mon, 3/30/2015 - 2:00PM — DAN VANDERVELDE

Today marks the second post in a series of reflections on technology areas. Should you wish to see any other patent class in addition to the ones I’ve chosen, just contact me – I am happy to share what I can. This week I will focus on USPC 700: ...

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