Law Policy and Monetization in Intellectual Property

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Law  Policy and Monetization in Intellectual Property

This book examines numerous skills of monetization on intellectual property rights for various industries, such as media and communication, display, transgenic technology, smart vehicle, virtual reality, on-line payment, robot and industry 4.0. These analyses are complimented by in-depth cases studies and demonstrations of how companies can profit from an integrated application of all kinds of intellectual property rights through patent licensing, technology alliance, litigation, merger and acquisition. Asset evaluation and market analysis with strategy planning are elaborated by experts from leading companies. Patent profile analysis to reveal the business strategy, research and product development, and future directions for industry partnerships are demonstrated. This book is essential reading for anyone involved or interested in intellectual property law, and will also appeal to those in the business word connected with managing intellectual property and confronting competition.

Intellectual Property Law and Policy Volume 12

How much this paradigm has not yet taken off can be best illustrated by the title of this session, which is “Monetization of Patent and Other IP Rights.” The whole conference should be about monetization of intellectual property.

Intellectual Property Law and Policy Volume 12

This is the 17th Annual volume in the series collecting the presentations and discussion from the Annual Fordham IP Conference. The contributions, by leading world experts, analyse the most pressing issues in copyright, trademark and patent law as seen from the perspectives of the USA, the EU, Asia and WIPO. This volume, in common with its predecessors, makes a valuable and lasting contribution to the discourse in IP law, as well as trade and competition law. The contents, while always informative, are also critical and questioning of new developments and policy concerns. Praise for the series: "This must be one of the most enjoyable and thought-provoking conferences in the IP field. The high quality of the speakers is matched by the intense, audience-led debates and challenges which follow." The Honourable Mr Justice Laddie, Royal Courts of Justice, London "Faculty for this conference are always well-known 'names', well respected leaders in their fields, speaking with a combination of candor and timeliness that is unrivaled by any other forum of its kind." Honorable Marybeth Peters, Register of Copyrights, United States Copyright Office.

Internet Television

... the “last metre” problem via 3G mobile and “4G” wireless LANs). Broadband networks are driven by the use of services that will monetize the bandwidth available. Following a summary of the state of video-over-IP legal, policy, ...

Internet Television

Internet TV is the quintessential digital convergence medium, linking television, telecommunications, the Internet, computer applications, games, and more. Soon, venturing beyond the convenience of viewer choice and control, Internet TV will enable and encourage new types of entertainment, education, and games that take advantage of the Internet's interactive capabilities. What Internet TV is today and can be in the future forms the context for this book. Arising from collaboration between the Columbia Institute for Tele-Information (CITI) and the European Institute for the Media (EIM), this volume investigates the advent of widely available individual broadband Internet communications and their impact on the development of Internet TV. Editors Eli Noam, Jo Groebel, and Darcy Gerbarg have collected seminal papers by leaders from the U.S. and European media and technology industries that offer a critical look at the impact of interactivity on television content, and address the need for media organizations to create interactive programming in this untapped realm with unclear consumer interest and desires. Each section of the volume fleshes out key issues and concepts of television and the Internet: *Part I, Infrastructure Implications of Internet TV, discusses questions about the required network capacity for various quality grades to deliver individualized broadband to homes. *Part II, Network Business Models and Strategies, addresses the business challenges of making Internet TV a financial success. *Part III, Policy, examines policy issues, including copyright and regulation. *Part IV, Content and Culture, reviews available content, those creating it, and how consumers view Internet TV content. *Part V, Future Impacts, considers future global prospects for Internet TV content creation and distribution. Internet Television is an essential resource for professionals and scholars in new technology and media studies, media policy, telecommunication, broadcasting, and related areas. It is also appropriate for graduate seminars in telecommunications, media and new technologies, and broadcasting and the Internet.

Intellectual Property and Financing Strategies for Technology Startups

It covers the cost of legal fees and damages (up to policy limits) associated with responding to allegations of IP infringement from a third party. But what about the smaller- or medium-sized firm who develops an innovative technology?

Intellectual Property and Financing Strategies for Technology Startups

This book offers a comprehensive, easy to understand guide for startup entities and developing companies, providing insight on the various sources of funding that are available, how these funding sources are useful at each stage of a company’s development, and offers a comprehensive intellectual property strategy that parallels each stage of development. The IP strategies offered in this book take into consideration the goals that most startups and companies have at each stage of development, as well as the limitations that exist at each stage (i.e., limited available resources earmarked for intellectual property asset development), and provides solutions that startups and companies can implement to maximize their return on intellectual property investments. This book also includes a number of descriptive examples, case studies and scenarios to illustrate the topics discussed, and is intended for use by startups and companies across all industries. Readers will garner an appreciation for the value that intellectual property rights provide to a startup entity or company and will gain an understanding of the types of intellectual property rights that are available to companies and how to procure, utilize and monetize those intellectual property rights to help their company grow.

Technology Management in Higher Education

IP Policy for Applied Research Problem Statement The Intellectual Property (IP) is highly misunderstood concept in ... The Inventor and Ownership • Types of Protection Modes • Commercialization and monetization of IP • Effective IP ...

Technology Management in Higher Education


Intellectual Property Law and Policy Volume 11

It gives the technology companies the platforms, the ability, the certainty, of what legal rules will apply and what liability will exist if they make their best ... I wanted to say something about the monetization proposals in Canada.

Intellectual Property Law and Policy Volume 11

This is the 16th Annual volume in the series collecting the presentations and discussion from the Annual Fordham IP Conference. The contributions, by leading world experts, analyse the most pressing issues in copyright, trademark and patent law as seen from the perspectives of the USA, the EU, Asia and WIPO. This volume, in common with its predecessors makes a valuable and lasting contribution to the discourse in IP law. The contents, while always informative, are also critical and questioning of new developments and policy concerns. Praise for the series: "This must be one of the most enjoyable and thought-provoking conferences in the IP field. The high quality of the speakers is matched by the intense, audience-led debates and challenges which follow." The Honourable Mr Justice Laddie, Royal Courts of Justice, London "Faculty for this conference are always well-known 'names' _ well respected leaders in their fields, speaking with a combination of candor and timeliness that is unrivaled by any other forum of its kind." Honorable Marybeth Peters, Register of Copyrights, United States Copyright Office.

Innovation Startups and Intellectual Property Management

Codes-and-Rules/BASCAP/BASCAP-Research/Economic-impact/Global-Impacts-Study/. Retrieved 1 Oct 2016 Gans JS, Hsu DH, Stern S (2008) The impact of uncertain intellectual property rights on the market for ideas: evidence from patent grant ...

Innovation  Startups and Intellectual Property Management

This book identifies the potential of intellectual property as a competitive asset for Latin American firms. The authors employ a cognitive approach that involves identifying why small firms are reluctant to register patents, resorting rather to alternative IP competitive strategies. This, in turn, results in the undercapitalization of intellectual assets, thus creating hurdles for the development of capital venture markets. Using new data gathered from highly innovative SMEs in Latin America and the Caribbean, the authors bring a fresh cognitive approach towards understanding the institutional role of intellectual property, and outline various new policy recommendations.

Intellectual Property Entrepreneurship and Social Justice

Zhongnan University of Economics and Law is the home of the “national center” for study of intellectual property rights. Michael Gollin, Venable ... law, and environmental law. He focuses on strategic counseling and IP monetization.

Intellectual Property  Entrepreneurship and Social Justice

In the Information Age, historically marginalized groups and developing nations continue to strive for socio-economic empowerment within the global community. Their ultimate success largely depends upon their ability to develop, protect, and exploit th

Seville s EU Intellectual Property Law and Policy

compared to other IP rights. However, the monopoly conferred is strong. A patent does more than protect against copying; it prevents even independent devisers of the same idea from using that idea. To balance the strength of this right, ...

Seville   s EU Intellectual Property Law and Policy

Carefully authored by Justine Pila, this significantly revised and expanded third edition of Catherine Seville’s classic text, presents a thorough and detailed treatise on EU intellectual property (IP) law, taking into account the many developments in legislation and case law since the second edition.

Corporate Counsel Solutions Intellectual Property Management Strategies and Tactics

With her own practice focused on trademark law, she advises clients—from startups to large corporations—on domestic and international clearance and registration, portfolio management and protection, and trademark disputes.

Corporate Counsel Solutions  Intellectual Property Management  Strategies and Tactics

This one volume publication is a practical resource for corporate counsel, who need timely, easy-to-find and practical information on matters pertaining to a company’s intellectual property assets. Issues including cybersquatting, IP licensing, patents and copyright and trade secret protection are covered with explanations of the practical effects of owning and enforcing the various forms of intellectual property. This Corporate Counsel Solutions volume provides practice insights including warnings, practice tips, additional resources and checklists and forms that will save corporate counsel research and drafting time.

The Law and Practice of Trademark Transactions

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The Law and Practice of Trademark Transactions

The Law and Practice of Trademark Transactions is a comprehensive analysis of the law governing trademark transactions in a variety of legal and business contexts, and from a range of jurisdictional and cross-border perspectives. After mapping out the international legal framework applicable to trademark transactions, the book provides an analysis of important strategic considerations, including: tax strategies; valuation; portfolio splitting; registration of security interests; choice-of-law clauses; trademark coexistence agreements, and dispute resolution mechanisms. Key features include: • A comprehensive overview of legal and policy-related issues • A blend of approaches underpinning strategic considerations with analytical rigour • Regional coverage of the key characteristics of trademark transactions in a range of jurisdictions • Authorship from renowned trademark experts Practitioners advising trademark owners, including trademark attorneys, will find this book to be an invaluable resource for their practice, particularly where cross-border issues arise. It will also be a key reference point for scholars working in the field.

Methodology for the Development of National Intellectual Property Strategies Toolkit Tool 1 The Process

National laws on IP. IP tribunal. Compliance with TRIPS. Use of flexibilities in TRIPS (compulsory licensing and ... Financial reporting; Privatization; Monetization or securitization; Venture capital; Joint venture or merger; i.

Methodology for the Development of National Intellectual Property Strategies   Toolkit   Tool 1  The Process

A methodology handbook describing the various stages of the national lP strategy formulation process, providing advice on how to involve and mobilize stakeholders and guide them through the consultative process leading to the strategy approval and adoption.

Boosting Tourism Development through Intellectual Property Development

As such, they can be subject to a legal contract just like any other transferable asset (e.g., ... Once planned IP rights have been protected, rights holders should plan IP monetization strategies such as assignment, licensing, ...

Boosting Tourism Development through Intellectual Property Development

This publication helps non-IP specialists understand the connection between IP, tourism and culture. Through multiple case studies, it illustrates how existing and potential IP tools, in particular branding and copyright, can add value to tourism services and products. It explains how to include IP in tourism policies, product development and destination branding, and shows how different IP rights can be leveraged for fundraising purposes. Podcast Episode 2 -- Intellectual Property and Tourism https://www.wipo.int/podcasts/en/wkc/index.html

Handbook of Intellectual Property Research

would disqualify private rules as relevant law— and so effectively neglect the global reach of some of these private ordering regimes (whose impact may surpass that of minimum standards set in public international law treaties on IP).

Handbook of Intellectual Property Research

"The relevance of intellectual property (IP) law has increased dramatically over the last several years. Globalization, digitization, and the rise of post-industrial information-based industries have all contributed to a new prominence of IP law as one of the most important factors in driving innovation and economic development. At the same time, the significant expansion of IP rules has impacted many areas of public policy such as public health, the environment, biodiversity, agriculture, information, in an unprecedented manner. The growing importance of IP law has led to an exponential growth of academic research in this area. This Book offers a comprehensive overview of the methods and approaches that can be used to address and develop scholarly research questions related to IP law. In particular, this Book aims to provide a useful resource that can be used by IP scholars who are interested in expanding their expertise in a specific research method or seek to acquire an understanding of alternative lenses that could be applied to their research. Even though this Book does not claim to include all existing research methodologies, it represents one of the largest and most diverse compilations, which has been carried out to date. In addition, the authors of this Book comprise an equally diverse group of scholars from different jurisdictions, backgrounds, and legal traditions. This diversity, both regarding the topics and the authors, is a fundamental feature of the Book, which seeks to assist IP scholars worldwide in their research journeys." --

Transition and Coherence in Intellectual Property Law

That entity can then decide (case by case or in the form of setting general rules) over the further fate of the user ... millions)10 of views, content owners may find it much more economically interesting to monetize the user content, ...

Transition and Coherence in Intellectual Property Law

This volume is for students and scholars of intellectual property law, practitioners seeking creative arguments from across the field, and policymakers searching for solutions to changing social and technological issues. The book explores the tensions between two fundamentally competing demands made of IP law.

Research Handbook on the Economics of Intellectual Property Law

These human capital investments commit users to particular languages and platforms and encourage employers to adopt ... of consumer demand has important ramifications for the design of intellectual property and competition policy.

Research Handbook on the Economics of Intellectual Property Law

Both law and economics and intellectual property law have expanded dramatically in tandem over recent decades. This field-defining two-volume Handbook, featuring the leading legal, empirical, and law and economics scholars studying intellectual property rights, provides wide-ranging and in-depth analysis both of the economic theory underpinning intellectual property law, and the use of analytical methods to study it.

Annual Review of Intellectual Property Law Developments 2009

The first hearing , held on December 5 , 2008 , in Washington , D.C. , examined broad aspects of the evolving IP ... for intellectual property and technology , the notice function of patents , and the impact of patent policies on those ...

Annual Review of Intellectual Property Law Developments 2009

This book provides a thoughtful and balanced treatment of key legal developments in the courts, agencies, and legislatures in every area of IP law. The 2009 edition reports on nearly 200 top IP legal developments, including: In re Volkswagen of America, Inc.; In re TS Tech USA Corp.;Tafas v. Doll;Broadcom v. Qualcomm;In re Bose Corp.;Elsevier v. Muchnick; and Salinger v. Colting

Mining Ideas For Diamonds Comparing China And Us Ip Practices From Invention Selection To Patent Monetization

This book takes US policy as the base to compare with Chinese IP policy, and thus is a good guide for Chinese IP ... US law treats IP and antitrust separately, with IP protecting inventions, while antitrust ensures a level playing field ...

Mining Ideas For Diamonds  Comparing China And Us Ip Practices From Invention Selection To Patent Monetization

In 2015, China and the U.S. were among the top three countries in terms of the number of international PCT (Patent Cooperation Treaty) patents filed, together making up 40% of the global share, reported the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).Not surprisingly, there is a huge international desire within the business, legal and technical communities to better understand the Intellectual Property (IP) practices of these two giants in the industry. This book, a pioneer in comparing the two countries' practices side-by-side, does just that.Tao Zhang and Jingui Fang, respectively from Huawei Device USA and Huawei Technologies in China (2015's top PCT applicant according to WIPO, with 3,898 published patent applications), provide readers with first-hand guidance from invention conception to IP monetization, with a consistent emphasis on quality. Written such that readers can delve straight into any area of the IP cycle that interests them, the book also contains useful checklists that highlight best practices and key lessons learned.Whether you are an individual wanting to improve a product or process, a patent drafter needing to provide client satisfactory results, a patent asset manager desiring to create a bullet proof portfolio, or an IP business executive wishing to deliver much needed financial results to your company's bottom line, this book, with its comparative approach, is an essential read — filled with tips and information to help you create high quality patents.

Global Intellectual Property Protection and New Constitutionalism

the shadow of this legal framework, the firms and right- holders often implemented additional private ordering ... and a share of the profits from videos which they decided to keep on the service through a 'monetisation' option.

Global Intellectual Property Protection and New Constitutionalism

The constitutionalization of intellectual property law is often framed as a benign and progressive integration of intellectual property with fundamental rights. Yet this is not a full or even an adequate picture of the ongoing constitutionalization processes affecting IP. This collection of essays, written by international experts and covering a range of different areas of intellectual property law, takes a broader approach to the process. Drawing on constitutional theory, and particularly on ideas of "new constitutionalism", the chapters engage with the complex array of contemporary legal constraints on intellectual property law-making. Such constraints arising in international intellectual property law, human rights law (including human rights protection for right-holders), investment treaties, and forms of private ordering. This collection aims to illuminate the complex role of this constitutional framework, by analysing the overlaps, complementarities, and conflicts between such forms of protection and seeking to establish the effects that this assemblage of global and regional norms has on legal reform projects and interpretations of IP law. Some chapters take a broad theoretical perspective on these processes. Others focus on specific situations in which the relationship between intellectual property law and broader constitutional norms is significant. These contexts range from Art 17 of the EU's Digital Single Market Directive, to the implementation of harmonized trade secrets protection, from the role of Canada's Charter of Rights to the impact of the social model of property in Brazil.

Patent Law and Intellectual Property in the Medical Field

Other Boardroom Revised How Leading Companies Realise Value From Their Intellectual Property. Hoboken: Wiely & Sons. Inc. Khaliq, I., & Winarski, T. (2014) USF School of Law. Patent Licensing and Monetization Law.

Patent Law and Intellectual Property in the Medical Field

The growing presence of technology has created significant changes within the healthcare industry. With the ubiquity of these technologies, there is now an increasing need for more advanced legal procedures. Patent Law and Intellectual Property in the Medical Field is a pivotal reference source for the latest research in support of developing convergent and interoperable systems to increase awareness and applicability of legal aspects in the medical field. Featuring extensive coverage on relevant areas such as compulsory licensing, parallel importing, and protection law, this publication is an ideal resource for researchers, medical and law professionals, academics, graduate students, and practitioners engaged in medical practice.