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Intellectual property loss may be defined as any theft or misappropriation of an organization’s intellectual property or proprietary information, 1 such as copyrights, patents, trademarks, trade dress and trade secrets. The following information from the TRENDS IN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LOSS SURVEY REPORT, conducted by the American Society for Industrial Security’s (ASIS) and Pricewaterhouse Cooper, highlights the importance of and methods for safeguarding proprietary information. Over 45% of respondents reported some negative impact to their business as a result of intellectual property loss. The average company ...
The Patent Act identifies only three classes of patent owners with standing to sue for infringement: “patentee[s],” “heirs,” and “assigns.” This Court has repeatedly held that these three classes—unchanged since 1870—comprise the exclusive set of patent owners and that the transfer of legal title in and to a patent requires an assignment in writing. Respondent is not the original patentee, is not an heir, and has no written assignment from the original patent owner. The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit nevertheless held that ... Read More
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