In the ever-evolving landscape of business, intellectual property (IP) has become a cornerstone for companies looking to establish a competitive edge. However, the true value of these intangible assets often remains underestimated.
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.
In an era defined by innovation and technological advancements, the protection of intellectual property (IP) has become paramount. Intellectual Property Analytics, a cutting-edge field, has emerged as a game-changer in safeguarding and maximizing the value of intellectual assets.
In today’s rapidly evolving landscape of innovation and creativity, protecting your groundbreaking ideas and inventions is of paramount importance. This protection is often sought through patents, which grant inventors exclusive rights to their inventions for a specified period.
The digital age has brought forth a revolution in the way we perceive ownership, value, and creativity. At the forefront of this revolution is the intersection of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and intellectual property (IP) rights. NFTs have emerged as a disruptive force, transforming how we buy, sell, and appreciate digital assets.
GHB Intellect, a global leader in intellectual property consulting and strategy, proudly announces that its Founder and President, Dr. Ghobad Heidari, has been selected for inclusion in the prestigious IAM Strategy 300: The World’s Leading IP Strategists of 2023 for the seventh consecutive year.
In today’s rapidly evolving technological and business landscape, the realm of intellectual property (IP) is undergoing a transformative journey. From groundbreaking court cases to legislative shifts and the relentless march of technology, the world of IP protection and enforcement is experiencing unprecedented change.
The global workforce has seen a remarkable shift towards remote work and digital collaboration. While this transformation offers benefits in terms of flexibility, it has also introduced challenges, particularly concerning the safeguarding of intellectual property (IP).
Although reverse engineering and forward engineering are closely related, there are some crucial differences. Let’s take a closer look.
The process of patent invalidation has become streamlined and is very commonly used in the US through the Inter Partes Review (IPR) procedure. IPR allows one to challenge the validity of a granted patent within the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Here are the 5 approaches a petitioner can take to challenge/invalidate the claim(s) of a patent in the US.
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.