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Press

WHY THE NEXT IP BATTLEGROUND COULD BE EXCHANGES AND FINANCIAL SERVICES.

THE IP BATTLE THAT IS RAGING ELECTRONICS MIGHT SPREAD TO DERIVATIVES.

IPCLC SUPPORTS DATARAM ON CLOSE OF PATENT SALE FOR $5 MILLION.

JOHN CRONIN IS CO-AUTHOR OF FORBES ARTICLE, MINING PATENT GOLD: WHAT EVERY CEO SHOULD KNOW.

Events

11TH IPCG THOUGHT LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE NOVEMBER 6-8, 2013, STOWE, VERMONT

IP CREATION ROUNDTABLE AT 11TH IPCG THOUGHT LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE

 

   

ipCLC Intro

Inspiration, innovation, and technology can culminate in one of the most valuable assets a corporation has -intellectual property (IP). ipCapital Licensing Company (ipCLC) is positioned to help intellectual property owners meet their financial and intellectual property strategic goals and objectives.

ipCapital Licensing Company is among the top producing IP monetization firms in the world.

Recent News

Dataram Corporation, a leading international manufacturer of computer memory, storage and software products, announces that it has sold thirteen patents and two patent applications to Phan Tia Group Pte. LLC, for a purchase price of $5 million. ipCapital Group assisted in patent valuation, and ipCapital Licensing Company supported Dataram on the negotiation and successful close of this transaction.

 

Events

The 11th ipCG Thought Leadership Conference took place November 6-8, 2013 at Stowe Mountain Lodge in Stowe, Vermont.


As an add-on to the 2013 ipCG Thought Leadership Conference, the ipCLC, ipCG and ipCreate teams held intellectual property creation seminar, "Leveraging IP Creation across the Spectrum of Monetization." The roundtable discussion, included an introduction to ipCreate Inc., provided insight into the growing importance of IP creation, the role of IP acquisition, how they relate to each other and to the spectrum of monetization as well as how a Patent Factory can be designed to meet these needs.