Intellectual Property for Startups addresses fundamental and complex issues surrounding the critical issue of patent-portfolio development. Readers will be able to make more informed decisions about the many processes involved in the creation of a valuable patent portfolio.
Intellectual Property for Startups focuses on the what, when, where, how, and why of patent portfolio development. Readers of the book will be able to make more informed decisions about (1) creating investment value with IP, (2) selecting what technology to include in patent applications, (3) choosing patent counsel to prepare and file patent applications, (4) filing patent applications in the United States and abroad, (5) making financially sound decisions about patent application filings, and (6) building procedures and processes to continually build a valuable patent portfolio.
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Paul Hunter is a partner with Foley & Lardner LLP, specializing in technology counseling. Mr. Hunter has developed patent portfolios at start-up companies, including Quack.com, ByAllAccounts, PharmEcology, LSQ II, Neoedge Networks, and others; counseled leading financial companies on intellectual property issues, including US Bank, Indymac Bank, Zions Bank, Charles Schwab, AllianceBernstein, Chicago Board of Trade, and others; provided negotiation and counseling expertise in dealing with 'patent trolls.'; provided patent prosecution, litigation, and intellectual property counseling to large, medium and small clients.
Mark A. Kassel, a partner with Foley & Lardner, is vice chair of the firm's Biotechnology & Pharmaceutical Practice, head of the Madison office Intellectual Property Department and leads both the Madison office Biotechnology and Chemical Practices. He is also a member of the firm's Mechanical & Electromechanical Technologies and Trademark, Copyright & Advertising Practices, as well as the Health Care and Life Sciences Industry Teams. His practice includes a broad spectrum of patent, trademark, copyright and licensing matters. Mr. Kassel's patent practice emphasizes biotechnical and chemical arts.
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