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5 April Fool’s Day Inventions from Serious Authorities

Intellectual Property Tags: April Fools’ Day, eye camera, floating laptop, innovation, inventions, inventors, IP.com, Kodak, Patents, Rear Admiral Tully Shelley, the food machine, the Tube Top, Thomas Edison, Toshiba, War Bird, Yonghy Bonghy Bo

“Consider the source,” they say. “Only trust information from reliable experts,” they say. So, of course, we do. But there is one day when we need to take a second …

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What is Your Patent Worth?

Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property Strategy, Patent Valuation, Patents Tags: Insight Reports, IP.com, Patent Analysis, patent brokers, patent insight, Patent Intelligence Report, patent lifecycle, patent valuation, patent value, Patent Value Report

By William Fowlkes, IP.com, Vice President, Analytics and Workflow Solutions “How do you determine what a patent is worth?” This is a common question among patent owners and is not easy to …

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Reminder: No Shortcuts to Enablement

Intellectual Property Tags: Amgen v. Sanofi, defensive publication, embodiment, enablement, Intellectual property protection, IP, IP.com, Manual of Patent Examining Procedure, MPEP, patent application, patent claims, patent evaluation, patent examination policy, patent examiner, patent litigation, Prior Art, Robert W. Behr, US Patent and Trademark Office, USPTO

Remember to protect your IP by including sufficient detail about how to build and implement the invention.

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