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Origins of IP Management – Episode 2 “The beautiful mind John Nash and game theory”

In this “Origins of IP Management” episode we want to discuss the Paper: John Nash, Equilibrium points in n-person games, Proceedings National Academy of Science 36 (1950) 48-49.  Cannot open the video? Please click: https://www.youtube.com/watch? ...

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Effective Intellectual Property Management for Small to Medium Businesses and Social Enterprises

The book “Effective Intellectual Property Management for Small to Medium Businesses and Social Enterprises: IP Branding, Licenses, Trademarks, Copyrights, Patents and Contractual Arrangements” is a valuable resource for any legal practitioner dealing ...

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The C-suite can embrace the intangible economy through “Integrated IP Management”

Intellectual property: An economic asset In a globalized world where competitive advantages are almost instantly competed away, only Intellectual Property rights (IP) can provide durable protection of a company’s economic position. Exclusive IP rights ...

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3 moves to design a winning strategy!

A strategy for collaboration, particularly when innovating together, must consider the manner in which Intellectual Property is distributed within such a collaboration. In this blogpost we share some tools and tips on how to build a tailored, simple t ...

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Book Review: Patent Management – Protecting Intellectual Property and Innovation

I have the pleasure to review the latest book from Gassmann, Oliver; Bader, Martin A. and Thompson, Mark James – “Patent Management: Protecting Intellectual Property and Innovation“, a comprehensive book that adds to the importance of pate ...

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What do Siemens, Novartis, Nestlé and Aesculap think about the 360 ° IP strategy and IP design?

In the IP community, the 360 ° IP strategy with the case studies on the implementation of the IP design approach at the companies Vorwerk, Stöbich, Abus, Wilo, IFM, etc. was very well received. Some of the readers’ opinions are summarized here. ...

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Patent management in the telecommunications industry is crucial for success – current study

An analysis by the University of Mannheim shows that systematic patent management in knowledge-intensive industries such as ITC leads to greater innovation success. The degree of professionalism in patent management and the existence of a documented p ...

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