Added by Lecorpio on March 31, 2010 at 3:16pm —
I wrote a new Intellogist Blog article on the hows and whys of proximity searching for patent documents called"Proximity Mining."
Learn why you should try "semantic proximity operators" in your search!
Added by Chris Jagalla on March 31, 2010 at 9:51am —
I am tired of reading all the rants against the protection of intellectual property by the "everything should be free" crowd. Law professors are among the worst offenders here and they write this stuff pretty much to make tenure at their law schools and to have something to say in academic writings.
I am going to establish a website called ipwarroom.com which will be devoted to answering the critics of IP protection.
I hope that some of you might… Continue
Added by Nils Victor Montan on March 30, 2010 at 1:57pm —
I just wanted to pop in today to highlight a fascinating discussion that is going on in the Intellogist discussion forum. Our users are discussing the legal implications of using a third party vendor to
conduct patent searching. Specifically, they are discussing who might
be looking at your search strings from the other side of the search
Read more at… Continue
Added by Kristin Whitman on March 30, 2010 at 1:24pm —
Win a free banner position for one month on ipInsiders leaderboard
You can use your own logo for promoting your intellectual property related blog, company, service, product or whatever you want!
Some hints how to win your first free banner on Intellectual Property Network:
Added by Mikk Putk on March 30, 2010 at 5:30am —
On April 26, 2010, WIPO celebrates the 10th anniversary of World Intellectual Property Day
How about you? Are you going to attend or organize any special event?
Added by Mikk Putk on March 30, 2010 at 2:53am —
Recently the Intellogist crew has been pondering social media with
relation to what we (and you, gentle reader) do for a living: searching
and analyzing patent data. Everyone who maintains a professional
social media presence knows that the obvious end game is to show your
expertise by participating in the community, thus building relationships
and ultimately, dare I say it, opening a few more doors for yourself in
the process. What’s beautiful about the social… Continue
Added by Kristin Whitman on March 29, 2010 at 2:02pm —
Added by Leo Siemann on March 29, 2010 at 5:00am —
касаещ авторските права и патентите."">The UK Pirate Party's manifesto
published concerning copyrights and patents.…
Added by Intellectual Property Planet on March 26, 2010 at 7:18am —
Today, based upon some suggestions from readers, I wanted to introduce a case study that I hope to discuss over several blog posts. What’s more, my hope is to get you, the reader, involved in the process by providing my method for you to independently audit. The goal is to use the case study to see what conclusions we can come up with using a variety of search tools. I would also hope readers will post questions they would like answered, based upon the described method.
Read more at… Continue
Added by Kristin Whitman on March 25, 2010 at 4:11pm —
Slaw.ca reported the news that Canon will ask ICANN for its own top level domain. cannon. This is expected to happen this year, after ICANN has already decided that anyone who wants can register top level domains. However, this will be quite expensive pleasure, about 185 000 dollars.
By Canon believes that this will ensure and protect better their positions in the Internet space and improve communication with online consumers. … Continue
Added by Intellectual Property Planet on March 25, 2010 at 3:30am —
This article is also on IPAlly
so true that innovations and technology breakthroughs are not bound to
research labs. Its just an idea and it can come to anyone, anywhere,
anytime. We have many examples of children, celebrities who holds the
But does any prisoner holds a patent ? Never heard of it before.
China has come up with an idea to give a chance… Continue
Added by Bikramjit Singh on March 25, 2010 at 1:00am —
The ECJ delivered its long awaited ruling on the Google AdWords. The Court thereby decided to follow Advocate General Poiares Maduro's opinion and relieved Google from all "charges". More on http://reguligence.biz
Added by Emil A. Georgiev on March 24, 2010 at 4:40pm —
Last week I introduced patent classification searching
and gave reasons why it is still
relevant in today’s keyword-centric search environment. Think about
patent classification searching as if you were going to a library and
looking for books about Canada’s involvement in World War II. You might
put those words into a computer, or you might use the… Continue
Added by Kristin Whitman on March 24, 2010 at 1:47pm —
To search, what IP bloggers are writing about, you can use IP Blogs search here on front page of IPNetwork or use directly the IP Blogs Search Page.
Added by Mikk Putk on March 22, 2010 at 12:52pm —
Wow – the ongoing ratings competition between QPAT, PatBase,
TotalPatent, and Thomson Innovation has really turned a lot of heads. Last
week’s Intellogist update post
was one of the most popular so far
on this blog, and now the “battle” of the patent search systems is
really heating up!
Read more at… Continue
Added by Kristin Whitman on March 22, 2010 at 10:47am —
A regular, systematic, and timely taking of claimants’ hot-news and their dissemination through unauthorised channels of electronic distribution represents copyright infringement and state-law misappropriation. More on http://reguligence.biz
Added by Emil A. Georgiev on March 20, 2010 at 4:36pm —
There are four essential parts to a fourm policy: 1. Instruction 2. Limitation 3.Legal protection 4.Input/Discourse Of course, there’s more to it than this..
The first part is instruction. Even though a game maker has seen dozens of forums, for many users they have no idea what is OK or not OK to talk about. The instructions should be fairly clear about the general range of topics allowable in the… Continue
Added by Jay Moffitt on March 19, 2010 at 10:47am —
An overview level blog post about why classification searching is still a necessary tool for any patent searcher. Includes classification finding techniques.
For more information please see Classified Information: Patent Searching by Classification Part 1
Added by Chris Jagalla on March 18, 2010 at 12:50pm —
The Supreme Court of India has once again stressed the need for speedy disposal of Intellectual property cases. This need was reiterated by Justice Markandey Katju while disposing off Cadila’s appeal against the ex-parte injunction issued by the Madras HC on a trademark infringement suit brought upon by Sun Pharma, and directed the Madras HC to complete the trial within 3 months. One may recall…
Added by Patently Yours on March 17, 2010 at 1:04pm —