The following articles have been created as part of GHB Intellect’s IP Blog. Here you will find articles that outline current topics in the intellectual property industry like new technologies, patent laws, and IP service insight.

When Does Intellectual Property Expire?

Intellectual property, including patents, trademarks, and copyrights, is not a tangible thing. These assets do not all last forever, and in some cases, they need to be maintained in order to remain something that can be protected under IP.

How Important is Intellectual Property to the World Economy?

Intellectual property contributes in a big way to both the national and state economies. Dozens of different industries across the economy rely on the proper enforcement of their patents, trademarks, and copyrights.

Can Intellectual Property Assets Really Be Accurately Valued?

IP valuation works by evaluating the fair market value of these assets. It helps to determine the value of the IP and the true value of the company in general. IP often represents some of the most valuable assets that a company has, and therefore, it’s very important.

What is the Value of Intellectual Property When Selling a Business?

Intellectual property can easily increase the value of your company. For this reason, you have to make sure that you are managing your assets properly as this will give you an edge when the time comes for you to sell.

Why Hire an Intellectual Property Valuation Expert

Do you own the rights to intellectual property? This may include artwork, design, or an invention, which you need to safeguard from illegal copying. If so, it would be best if you had the assistance of an intellectual property valuation expert.

Patent Marketing & Divestiture

Selling a patent is a time-consuming and complicated affair, so having a proper approach and tools is critical to achieving a desirable outcome.

Arthrex SCOTUS Ruling: IPRs Require Director Oversight

On June 21, 2021, the Supreme Court of the United States issued a ruling in Arthrex v. Smith & Nephew.

Reverse Engineering vs. Forward Engineering

Although reverse engineering and forward engineering are closely related, there are some crucial differences. Let’s take a closer look.

Hardware Reverse Engineering

As the term implies, reverse engineering (RE) is the act of taking apart an engineered or designed product or device back to its elemental engineering/design components. The motivation for such an act may be varied anywhere from competitive analysis and patent infringement detection to legacy design recovery.

IP Market Development

IP market development is the abstraction of value. To learn more about valuations please read about the Intellectual Property Valuation Services we offer.