Mitigating IP Risks Before, During, and After an FTO Assessment

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Understanding the technical landscape, players, and trends is essential when evaluating new technologies. Leveraging tools to do so effectively makes it easier to identify these potential hazards, convey them to business leaders, and develop strategies to achieve business goals while minimizing risk.

In this webinar, we demonstrate how to use analytical tools to understand the relevant IP landscape and address risk presented thereby.

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Agenda Includes

Understanding the relevant IP landscape

 Who are the active players? How do we look at them - competitors, NPEs, partners?

Risk assessment and Freedom to Operate (FTO) strategies

 How do potential products fit into existing landscape? Identifying potential risks before they identify you. By doing so you can, 1) adjust product design/marketing to minimize risks, and 2) develop your own IP to counterattack known threats as they present themselves

Communicating risks in a meaningful way to executives

Use analytics to catch the eye of business leaders and bridge the gap between legal risks and business goals

Case study 

This webinar uses an emerging risk assessment and FTO study in the Blockchain and Cryptocurrency space

Marc Kaufman
RIMÔN, Law Firm Evolved

Webinar Speakers

Austin Englert
Sales Director

Marc concentrates his practice in the area of patent strategy, in particular, advising clients in protecting, managing and monetizing their intellectual property assets. He has represented clients in defending against patent assertions in district courts and through post-grant administrative proceedings in the U.S. Patent Office, such as Inter Partes Reviews. His technical work includes distributed ledger technology (DLT) and crypto currency, securities trading exchanges content aggregation and targeting, digital rights management, database technology, search engine technology, and data mining. View Marc's complete bio here

Austin oversees all Questel products and services on the West Coast. He joined Questel in 2008 and was tasked with building out Questel's sales and account management operations on the West Coast in 2010. Questel provides patent search and analytic software used by more than 5,000 companies worldwide and has recently released a cloud-based Intellectual Asset Management solution.

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