How Does an Entrepreneur Protect His or Her Ideas for Launching a New Start-Up?

Comments Off on How Does an Entrepreneur Protect His or Her Ideas for Launching a New Start-Up? Written by on July 18, 2011 | Posted in Commercialization of Intellectual Property, trade secrets

When an enterpreneur calls me with questions about launching a new start-up, he or she is inevitably concerned about a single issue: protecting his or her ideas. Most are a little disappointed to learn that ideas alone are not something that you can protect with an IP filing. So, if ideas alone are not protectable, […]

Technology Transfer Tactics Interviews Kristie Prinz on Tech Transfer Commercialization Dilemma

Comments Off on Technology Transfer Tactics Interviews Kristie Prinz on Tech Transfer Commercialization Dilemma Written by on February 12, 2010 | Posted in Commercialization of Intellectual Property

I wanted to share with blog readers an interview that I recently had with Technology Transfer Tactics on the issue of whether poster presentations jeopardize a tech transfer office’s commercialization offices. While the issue does not have much application to the business world and is really very specific to intellectual property which is developed by […]

Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Bilski Case: Decision to Have Broad Implications for Silicon Valley Companies

Comments Off on Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Bilski Case: Decision to Have Broad Implications for Silicon Valley Companies Written by on June 5, 2009 | Posted in Patent Cases of Interest

The Supreme Court agreed this week to hear the Bilski Case. Given the issues at the heart of Bilski, this case will be closely watched by the Silicon Valley business community, since any decision could have a far-reaching impact on the patentability of intellectual property developed by Silicon Valley businesses. What are the issues to […]

Collaborating Can Create Legal Headaches if the Appropriate IP Agreements Are Not in Place

If you run a small business, you have probably given some thought over this recession to how you might be able to collaborate with other businesses to generate some additional revenue for your business. I know that this is definitely something that I have been thinking about for my practice, and it is something that […]

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