Duncan Bucknell

You cannot draft the perfect patent and expect it to deliver much value unless you know for sure what you have drafted it for. The many legal and technical requirements associated...

Brilliant question from Rachel Lamkin over at @Amusant42 (twitter) and the Geek Trifecta (blog): “Does anyone know of advanced resources for #IP strategy for #startups and solo #inventors? Advanced only pls....

Another quick excerpt from the new book on Global IP soon to be published by Oxford: In Australia, China, Italy, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom, damages may be refused even...

Strategy is not a document, forgotten in the bottom drawer.  Strategy is actually what you did, not what you planned. Your organization already has myriad policies on intellectual property, it just...

Working out what you have to do is all fine and nice but the real benefits of an IP strategy will show if you take advantage of the momentum created and...

Whatever you do, don’t just do an IP Audit. The list of patents and trademarks that your company has is useful, but pretty simplistic in the overall scheme of things.  There...

More opportunities are lost and risks taken simply for lack of thought than for any other reason. Isn’t that reason enough? We have received  a lot of great feedback lately about...

Welcome to the IP Think Tank podcast for Thursday 5 August 2010.  In this show, regular panellists Jeremy Phillips and Duncan Bucknell are joined by Andrew Watson to discuss: the business...

In just a few months, the fruits of one of my favourite projects will be revealed.  It’s a detailed and strategic look at intellectual property and related issues in the pharmaceutical,...

Today I was about to set forth to discuss the difference between the market value and the business value of patents and their utility. As my thought process expanded I realized...