We look back at five of the most popular Intellogist Blog posts from 2012, ranging in topic from the CPC to intellectual property issues on Pinterest.
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The WIPO website now includes a central portal to access IP country profiles, and each profile links to contact information, legal information, statistics, and cooperation activities for a country.
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Here are a few highlights of the best patent search system updates and releases from the past year, including updates from Orbit.com, Google Patents, and Espacenet and new tools like the CCD and WIPS Global ADVANCED.
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Though neither large prizes nor patents are a perfect form of incentive for every type of innovation, each serves an important purpose. Stiglitz holds that "we cannot get innovation without paying for it." But to get the most value for our investment, each strategy, and in some domains a combination of the two, should be considered as we continue to reward the world's innovators.
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The following inventions provide the edible decorations, Christmas tree protection, and cat-appropriate snow boots that will make Mittens and Fido look forward to the arrival of Santa Paws for years to come!
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These two court cases highlight the consequences of using low-quality translations for legal purposes. You may risk having your translation rejected during the court case due to a poor translation process or questionable translator qualifications. You may also risk the invalidation of your patent claims due to the inadequate translation of a…Continue
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We recently came up with a patent analysis report on Near Field Communications (NFC) technology that is seeing rapid adoption among mobile vendors. (except Apple perhaps)
Among different insights we gathered from analysis of the patents and applications filed on NFC, some of the notable ones are:
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MaxVal offers a comprehensive collection of Patent Litigation Data for companies and law firms to make intelligent decisions about patent disputes; proactively monitor and query whether patents of interest have been litigated; and gain analytical insights on plaintiffs, defendants, filing trends, courts, etc. We also provide IP litigation alerts and database updates to clients.
The major changes in new version are:
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Read the latest news from the migration team at ProQuest regarding the transition from Dialog to ProQuest Dialog, and learn about the most important resources for ProQuest Dialog training and migration news.
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Here's a guide to some useful patents for surviving the Mayan apocalypse!
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