Announcements

04-Jun-2014

IP.com Announces InnovationQ Summer 2014 Release

New features including faceted searching, figures, expanded portfolio, and more

Rochester, NY (PRWEB) June 4, 2014

IP.com, an industry-leading intellectual property solutions provider, today announces the Summer 2014 release of InnovationQ. Providing a wide range of enhancements to the powerful yet simple-to-use solution, InnovationQ helps customers conceive, validate, protect, and monetize their intellectual property and patents.

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24-May-2014

InnovationQ Software Summer Release!

We are pleased to announce the new release of product enhancements to IP.com’s InnovationQ software. InnovationQ is the cornerstone of IP.com’s Enterprise Solution Platform.
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13-May-2014

Export Trade Compliance - Considering the Risks

A White Paper by IP.com

As a good steward of your company’s or client’s intellectual property assets, it is your responsibility to ensure that their crown jewels are handled with the utmost attention to security. While using offshore professional services can be an effective method of increasing capacity while lowering patent prosecution costs, you cannot overlook the need to understand the risks as well as the rewards.

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02-May-2014

The Software Patent Glut

A White Paper by IP.com

Once again, a new case threatens the very fabric of our patent system. The case in question is Alice Corporation v. CLS Bank, and more specifically, the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to use the abstract idea exception under § 101 in its evaluation. The issue in this case is whether using a computer to implement a well-established economic concept can be patented.

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18-Mar-2014

PCT names IP.com database as required minimum documentation for patent examiners

By Mark O’Donnell, Vice President Client Solutions, IP.com

PCT Rule 34 and the associated list of non-patent literature are designed to establish a uniform high standard of international search across the International Searching Authorities. The Authorities increasingly rely, both for performing the search and retrieving copies of citations, on electronic databases of prior art ...

Read the full article at iP|Frontline.