Key metrics for analyzing Intellectual Property performance
When measuring Intellectual Property (IP) performance, the metrics of interest are as diverse as the tasks completed over the course of the intangible asset life cycle.
Can you patent an idea? Get the facts!
You will need much more than an idea to secure patent rights for any invention.
Monumental innovations and inventions made by women
Take a trip through time and look at some truly remarkable discoveries and inventions made by women from all over the world.
An intelligent matter: positioning AI in IP
To understand how AI can be valuable to IP asset management, it will first be necessary to explore AI's background and broader role in modern society.
Can you register a trademark for 'weed?'
Across virtually all industries, diligent Intellectual Property (IP) protection can be one of a company's biggest advantages, and the burgeoning cannabis vertical is no exception.
Associate Spotlight with Olivier Lombardo
Get to know Olivier Lombardo, Head of Trademarks for Dennemeyer & Associates' Luxembourg office.
Everyday IP: Seven bizarre and hilarious patents
You may not believe any of the bizarre and funny patents on this list are real, but they certainly are — although few of them were ever produced.
The strange saga of Munich's Oktoberfest trademark application
There are few trademark stories from Germany quite as complex (and peculiar) as that of Munich's efforts to register "Oktoberfest" as its own IP.
Why are patents important in a post-COVID world?
Why are patents important? Because innovation, especially in tech, will be vital in the post-COVID world.
Everyday IP: Spaceships - past, present, patents
Developments and trends in spaceship design have wide-ranging sociopolitical and economic implications.
GII 2021 highlights the incredible resilience of innovation investments
On September 20 this year, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) published the Global Innovation Index (GII) 2021, one of the most influential reports on the relative strengths of different countries' innovation ecosystems.
Becoming the IP manager of the future
IP managers may need to broaden their skillsets to keep pace with the ways in which the Intellectual Property world is changing.