Duncan Bucknell

Some time ago, Bill Gates made an interesting statement about software piracy.  “As long as they are going to steal it (software), we want them to steal ours. They’ll get sort...

The greatest risk in strategy is neither the probability that any given harmful event will occur nor the extent of the negative consequences of that given event.  If we know either...

Another quick excerpt from the new book, Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology and Chemical Inventions: World Protection and Exploitation soon to be published by Oxford: “The hurdles which must be overcome in order to obtain a compulsory...

Another quick excerpt from the new book, Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology and Chemical Inventions: World Protection and Exploitation soon to be published by Oxford: “In some jurisdictions, such as Australia, exclusive licensees enjoy certain additional rights...

Guest post by Marc Kaufman Determination of the quantitative value of patents has been elusive.  Complex statistical analysis and accounting methods have been applied to patents in an effort to ascribe...

Just how far can you protect your IP once you’ve licensed it out? Here’s a shining example. What are your thoughts? On January 24th, 2011, Huawei Technologies, Co., Ltd. (“Huawei”), a...

Ever wanted to be able to bounce ideas around with leading IP Strategists from around the world – all in one room? The entire team from Think IP Strategy will be...

We’re putting together a list of the most brilliant IP strategy moves ever made and we’d love your input. From that we can have a dialog about what made them brilliant...

It’s been a whirlwind year and we wanted to share our top posts with you. Please do let us know which were your favourites and why: By social engagement (Twitter,  Facebook, ...