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IP News on your fingertips from SiNApSE Blog

April 13, 2012 12:51 pm0 comments
IP News on your fingertips from SiNApSE Blog

On request of IP professionals and blog followers, we have started a post on IP News updates. The post is primarily aimed at giving a quick peek into various IP headlines for the day.  This enables IP professionals to get a quick update of whats happening in the world of IP.  Our team will make this available daily morning at around 10AM in order to facilitate our followers to catch up with latest upcomings. Our followers will also be aware that we have a radio […]

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Compliance and IP Best Practices – A Last Peek at Audits

November 28, 2011 9:21 am0 comments

Following best practices in IP enables a company to identify, protect and manage IP efficiently. Keeping IP alive is as important as protecting it. Many a time, IP can be lost due to non-payment of renewal fee, inadvertent publication, delay in filing statements with patent office, in appropriate marking, non-disclosure of necessary information and so on. In the process of keeping up with day to day activities, IP departments  may inadvertently miss out on one or more of the simple but time staking steps to […]

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SiNApSE IP Review

November 23, 2011 8:16 am0 comments

Patent Recap Twitter Wins Patent Trial Over Virtual Internet Community Twitter Inc., the biggest U.S. microblogging service, won a trial in which closely held VS Technologies LLC alleged infringement of a patent for building virtual communities. On October 31, 2011, a federal jury in Norfolk, Virginia, cleared Twitter of charges brought against it by VS Technologies LLC (“VS”) for allegedly infringing on VS’s patent for a “Method and System for creating an interactive virtual community of famous people” (patent number 6,408,309), which it obtained in […]

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Audit for Licensing Your IP

November 12, 2011 7:22 am0 comments

My earlier posts have elucidated the value of an audit for improving financial value, uncovering IP, establishing mechanisms and putting IP in order. As you can see, an audit has a variety of benefits and is performed for different purposes. One of the important purposes for which audits are performed is licensing.  IP Licensing includes a set of transactions that require IP verification, due diligence, positioning, grouping and documentation, which can be accomplished through an audit. An audit facilitates a licensing transaction by helping a […]

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