Everyday IP: The history and evolution of books
Each time you pick up a book or an e-reader, it is well worth reflecting on this medium's unique power to inform, influence and inspire.
What are the four types of Intellectual Property and how do you protect them?
Though much less visible than physical security, IP protection is no less important for an organization with such assets.
The evolution of IP in high-growth companies
High-growth inventions based on IP are likely to come from expert inventors who operate within a structure for research and development.
IP management in a changing work environment
IP Trend Monitor's new study focuses on the impact COVID-19 has had on IP professionals' work and working culture.
IP law looms large over U.S.-China relations
As we saw with the trade war, conflicts between the U.S. and China can quickly escalate and have ripple effects throughout the world.
Everyday IP — Flushing out the facts: When was indoor plumbing invented?
We turn to another thing that we likely take for granted daily, but without which we would not exist in any way as we do today: indoor plumbing.
Case study: Infringement potential analysis in a complex industry
Discover a recent case in which our Dennemeyer IP Consulting team helped a client gain robust insights into their position within the industry.
Getting a patent: how long does it take, and can AI speed things up?
The best way to improve your chance of a prompt patent grant is to know the process inside out and be thorough in your execution of its various steps.
How to keep your trademarks alive
Good record-keeping and attention to deadlines will ensure your valuable trademarks never expire.
Critical and curious terms from the world of Intellectual Property
A sampling of some of the most important terms you will encounter and a few that are too intriguing not to mention.
Everyday IP — Brushing up: When were toothbrushes invented?
Discover all about the invention of toothbrushes and delve into their evolution in terms of IP.
10 things every new IP counsel should do
To ensure a comfortable start to your new role, we recommend taking a closer look at our advice for IP counsels in new positions.