MaxVal announces symphony® AI, the most advanced patent prosecution tool available on the market. It leverages the Salesforce Lightning architecture to integrate public and private data into a unique solution that provides decision guidance, predictions, and unprecedented insight into clients’ portfolios.
MaxVal announces the latest upgrade to its advanced, cloud-based IP management platform, symphony®.
Since its launch in 2016, symphony® has revolutionized IP management through its innovative use of Salesforce.com’s Lightning platform, delivering the industry’s most advanced workflow and automation capabilities; all in a highly configurable, intuitive system, designed for the modern IP department.
MaxVal, today unveiled the upgraded version of its IDS management solution, Max-IDS 4.0. - with enhanced features to make the docketing experience better and faster.
Huge sums of time and money are invested to support ongoing research and development efforts globally, particularly in the most innovative industries like pharma, healthcare and biotechnology. The global R&D spending  is at a record high of US$1.7 trillion of which 80% of total spending is only from the Top 10 countries.
Is my invention management solution rational?
As an IP Counsel, you already know from experience how crucial the invention disclosure is, as is having a scalable and future-ready Invention Management Solution (IMS) in place, because the destiny of a patent starts right from its conception.
MaxVal is sponsoring the upcoming IP Counsel Café, one of the largest annual gathering of IP Counsel and professionals, May 10-12, 2017 in Palo Alto, CA. MaxVal will showcase its suite of IP lifecycle management solutions to the IP Counsel and IP Portfolio managers.
The Federal Circuit decided Arendi S.A.R.L vs Apple Inc. in August of this year. The Court ruled that the Patent Trial and Appeal Board misapplied the law on permissible use of common sense in an analysis. While reversing the PTAB’s final decision, the Federal Circuit held that the PTAB’s application of common sense to supply a limitation missing from a prior art reference was conclusory and unsupported by substantial evidence. The Federal Circuit explained the proper use of common sense in an obviousness finding and helpful guidance for practitioners.
MaxVal, a leading IP management solution provider is pleased to announce the public launch of SymphonyIAM — its new cloud-based intellectual asset management platform.
A patentability search and analysis are carried out to ensure that an invention would meet the novelty and non-obviousness requirements for obtaining a patent. However, such search and analysis would not be effective unless claimable subject matter is identified correctly. A patent agent or attorney needs to thereafter determine the breadth of the claimable matter by examining the disclosure along with the prior art identified in the search in order to complete the analysis.