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Knowing where and how to look for IP coverage in CGL policies

IP Litigators Face Several Key Questions Litigating an Intellectual Property dispute raises important questions: When does an insurer have to pay for a defense? Who should notify insurers and when – and which insurers? What if the insurers all s ...

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Noteworthy Points of China’s New Patent Law 2021

The new Chinese patent law came into effect on June 1, 2021. This amendment involves many aspects, such as introduction of partial design, service invention, distribution of patent monetization, abuse of patent rights, patent term extension, voluntary ...

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Biotechnology in colors and biotechnological patents in Chile

Back in 2001, the OECD defined biotechnology as “the application of science and technology to living organisms as well as parts, products and models thereof, to alter living or non-living materials for the production of knowledge, goods and services”. ...

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Strategies and tools for launching successful tech ventures revealed in new book: Technology Entrepreneurship – Bringing innovation to the marketplace

The book combines comprehensive knowledge with applied skills to strategically transform innovations into viable businesses for commercial or social ends and provides researchers and students of Business, Science, Technology and Engineering discipline ...

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Innovation, Startups and Intellectual Property Management: a book review and some ideas for the post-COVID era

Why should entrepreneurs care about IP management? This was our starting point to analyze the role of intellectual property management in new business ventures. With particular reference to the innovative potential of small firms in Latin America, we ...

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IP management within the digital transformation: Case Study Project at the Center for International IP Studies (CEIPI / Strasbourg University)

The latest data from the European Patent Office (EPO) on patent activities within the fourth industrial revolution (4IR) shows the dramatic development with a global growth in IPFs of 1,400% since the year 2000 and a growth of 54% in the last three ye ...

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Bank of America changed its innovation and IP culture with a decentralized approach

Digitalization is driving in many successful companies an organizational change how innovation and IP work is done. This often means that a centralized innovation lab is installed. This innovation lab is a central unit with the purpose to drive especi ...

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Customer centricity as key for the digital breakthrough

The Mechanical Engineering Industry Association (VDMA) in Germany examined together with McKinsey & Company the area of digital platforms and applications. Despite a number of success stories, diverse efforts and investments, the industry of mecha ...

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Corona shows the incredible resilience of the knowledge economy: IP managers in their home offices are the epitome of Porter’s knowledge workers

The knowledge economy rests on four fundamental pillars at the base: Information, communication technologies (ICT), research and innovation, and training and institutions. Information and Communication Technology as a central element in the fight agai ...

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The paradox of digitalization: technological revolution without digital inventors in Germany

The most important result of a study by the German Institute for Invention on the role of IP in Industry 4.0 are the challenges that medium-sized companies have when dealing with digital patents. The inventive results of software and digital experts o ...

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