Traditional searches can adapt by incorporating semantic tools to cover all the bases and ultimately reduce the chances of missing out on substantial prior-art.
If you are leading a busy IP department or working as a paralegal, you probably often find yourself looking for better ways to manage your organization's portfolio.
As all innovators will tell you, the trouble with any new project is finding the right information. But humans were not the first to work with information and data analysis.
The results of IP Trend Monitor's 2019 edition are in! Read the full report to learn which types of work are more likely to be affected, what adjustments will be required and how we can prepare for an AI future.
Counterfeiters, patent infringers and Intellectual Property villains are infiltrating the business world and someone needs to stop them. That's why IP experts are in high demand and you could be one of them.
The ability to leverage the value of your IP depends on how well it is managed. If your business wants to make the most effective use of these intangible properties, Dennemeyer offers these seven tips on how to build a robust IP management system.
Many experts agree that, despite efforts to the contrary, IP legal standards are not adapting fast enough to today's technology. In this blog, we examine the top ten key changes that will have a significant influence on IP practices.
The last 25 years have seen massive developments in the practice and treatment of IPRs. We are taking a look at those changes that have significantly influenced the practice of IP.
Interparfums, société française qui gère actuellement un portefeuille de plus de 4500 marques et modèles actifs, témoigne de l'utilisation quotidienne du logiciel de gestion de propriété intellectuelle de Dennemeyer, DIAMS iQ.
When we hear the term artificial intelligence used about patent prosecution, we immediately think of prior art searching. However, AI is being employed in several other ways.