Tag Archive | "IP"

IP Financing: the Ten Commandments

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By Jeremy Philips  Read the full story

The Challenge of IP Financing

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by Lorin Brennan

A growing share of commerce in today’s global information economy revolves around IP assets rather than the physical commodities that dominated the industrial age. Read the full story

Intellectual Property Financing – An introduction

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IP financing, or the use of IP assets (trade marks, design rights, patents and copyright) to gain access to credit, is gaining increasing attention in IP circles. Read the full story

IP Due Diligence Readiness

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By Philip Mendes, Partner, Innovation Law, Brisbane

Intellectual Property owners submit their intellectual property (“IP”) to due diligence for a number of reasons. Amongst them are:  Read the full story

Blog matters: What to do with Orphan IP?

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Source: Duncan Bucknell, IP Thinktank

"Orphan IP" is intellectual property which has not been commercialised. Usually relating to patents and know-how (confidential information) in the technology transfer area, it has been the subject of many and varied 'revolutionary' suggestions. Read the full story

Blog matters: Technology & IP strategy – block, run, team up or all 3?

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Source: Duncan Bucknell, IP Thinktank

The June 2007 edition of LESI's les Nouvelles carried an interesting article by Dr Adrian Carter from Boehringer Ingelheim on co-promotion and co-marketing partnerships in the pharmaceutical industry. Read the full story

Creating value from intellectual assets

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Source: Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development, February 2007 Read the full story

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