Building a High Value Patent Portfolio Where Strength Meets Quality

To a large extent the meaning of the terms patent strength and patent quality depend on your viewpoint. The United States Patent and Trademark Office has historically employed a variety of quality metrics, but is a patent that is considered high quality from the perspective of the USPTO a strong patent? Is it a patent that the industry would view as a high quality patent? Is it a patent that would be viewed to be a valuable patent?

From the patent owner’s perspective it is virtually impossible to divorce patent quality and strength from patent value. But when you set out to create the asset in the first place it is often impossible to know what the value of the underlying technology will be. Thus, there necessarily must be a different analysis when one is creating a patent portfolio versus when one is acquiring patent assets after the fact.

Join Gene Quinn, patent attorney and founder of IPWatchdog.com and Erik Reeves, Founder of AcclaimIP and CTO of Anaqua, and Kent Richardson for a free webinar discussion on building a portfolio versus buying patents, identifying gaps in your patent coverage, and unlocking the secrets of your own patent portfolio to identify needs.

In this webinar, we will discuss:

  1. Quality vs. Quantity: Building a portfolio from the ground up.
  2. Unlocking the secrets of your own patent portfolio to identify what you really own.
  3. Identifying gaps in patent coverage in order to determine what you need.
  4. Identifying worthwhile patent assets for acquisition.