Landon IP Launches New Web Presence for Analytics and Consulting Group

Landon IP, the creator of Intellogist.com and the Intellogist Blog, is excited to announce the launch of a new website supporting their Analytics and Technology Consulting Group. The new site, found at www.consulting.landon-ip.com, provides an overview of the analytics services offered by Landon IP, as well as information about our team and access to thought leadership and marketing materials.

Landon IP’s Analytics and Technology Consulting services support research and development departments, IP professionals, and business leaders across the globe with data, insights, and recommendations that guide decisions across the entire IP lifecycle.  We work with our clients to identify R&D opportunities, strategically manage their patent portfolios, and make patent commercialization and monetization recommendations.

Jeff Valley, Vice President of Analytics and Technology Consulting, says, “We are very excited to launch this new website, which we think will provide existing and prospective clients with a better understanding of how we can work with them to help improve IP-related strategy and business decisions.”  We’ll be continuing to add thought leadership content relating to IP analytics, as well as information about our participation in upcoming industry events.

Anyone interested in learning more about Landon IP’s Analytics and Technology Consulting services or discussing a specific project need should contact us at mail@landon-ip.com.

 
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This post was contributed by Abhishek Tiwari. The Intellogist blog and Intellogist are provided for free by Landon IP, which is a CPA Global company. Landon IP is a major provider of professional services meeting the needs of the IP community, including patent searches; analytics and technology consulting; patent, legal, and technical translations; and information research and retrieval.

USPTO Collaborates With Korea and Japan Patent Offices on Patent Search

The United States Patent and Trademark Office has signed two separate Memorandum of Cooperation (MOC) with the Korean Intellectual Property Office (KIPO) and the Japan Patent Office (JPO) for a new pilot program designed to share prior art search information with patent applicants before the actual examination of the patent application begins. The MOCs were signed at a bilateral meeting during the IP5 Heads Meeting in Suzhou, China. More about the pilot program after the break!
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USPTO And Reed Tech Launch New Patent Alerts Service

The United States Patent and Trademarks Office, in partnership with Reed Technology and Information Services, has launched the new Patent Application Alert Service (PAAS) platform, a free content change detection and notification service that provides customized email alerts to the public when U.S. patent applications are published. The tool will also allow users direct access to published patent applications that match their search requirements. More on the tool after the break!
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Google Launches Patent Marketplace

Search giant Google has invited patent holders, both companies and individuals, to sell their patents to the company as a part of its Patent Purchase Promotion program, an experiment designed to streamline the process of selling patents, particularly for smaller participants. Google is quite active in the patents market and offers its own Google Patent Search tool.

The company said in a blog post that the patent marketplace will allow patent owners to pitch their individual patents to Google along with the price at which they are willing to sell them. Patent holders will be able to make their submission online from May 8, 2015 through May 22, 2015, after which, Google will review the patents and inform submitters whether it is interested in the patents by June 22. If Google decides to purchase the patents, the sellers will be paid towards the end of August, 2015 via direct ACH bank transfer.

According the Patent Purchase Promotion FAQ page, patent owners or anyone with the permission from the patent owner to sell the patents, can apply for the program. The catch is that patent owners will not be able to submit entire families of patents but individual patents only. However, patent owners can make as many individual submissions as they want to. Google said that the reason for this is that they want to keep the process as simple as possible. Also, only US patents qualify for this program.

Once Google decides to purchase a particular patent, the patent owners will not be allowed to change the price provided for the patent at the time of submission. Also, patent owners will not be able to offer the shortlisted patent to other buyers after Google initiates the purchase process. The company mentioned that sellers will be retain a license back to their patents if they want to continue to practice the invention covered by the patent.

However, Google stated that as this is an experiment, it does not know the kind of response it would get in terms of submissions; therefore, large submissions could push back the deadlines mentioned by the company. Google also strongly advised patent sellers to consult with a lawyer before initiating the process.

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What do you think of the Google Patent Purchase Program? Will you be offering your patent to Google for sale? Tell us in the comments below!

Patent Searches from Landon IP

This post was contributed by Abhishek Tiwari. The Intellogist blog and Intellogist are provided for free by Landon IP, which is a CPA Global company. Landon IP is a major provider of professional services meeting the needs of the IP community, including patent searches; analytics and technology consulting; patent, legal, and technical translations; and information research and retrieval.

New PatSeer Updates Released

The latest update of patent search and analysis platform PatSeer comes with key enhancements and new features, including the addition of Philippines full-text patent collection and new keyboard shortcuts. Let us take a detailed look at the updates after the break.

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PatentClassifier Has Arrived!

PatentClassifier, a new, free patent classification search tool, has been launched. The search tool is designed to suggest the patent classes closest to the phrases or words used to describe a particular patent. Get a low down on it after the jump!

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New Updates for the AcclaimIP Patent Search System

Subscription based patent search and analysis platform AcclaimIP has rolled out new updates pertaining to assignee names and data export options that are designed to streamline the patent search process and make it easier for users to export the right data. Get more details after the jump!

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