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MaxVal Exhibits at 40th Global IP Confex, SFO - Feb 28, 2018

40-Global-IP-Confex-Banner-MaxValMaxVal is participating in the 40th Global IP Confex - 2018, an event where IP professionals meet services providers to discuss technologies and strategies to address their IP related challenges. The conference will be held at Executive Conference Center, Marriott Marquis Hotel (San Francisco, CA) on Feb 28, 2018.

Global IP ConfEx brings together the In-house Counsel, Law Firm Partners, Law Tech Professionals, Tech Vendors and Selected Service Providers around the world to share their views and solutions to resolve some of the operational challenges in Litigation, Technology, Software, E-discovery, Risk, Security and Compliance.

As an exhibitor, MaxVal will demonstrate its flagship product Symphony – an end-to-end intellectual asset management solution for companies which would enable IP Counsel to make strategic data-driven decisions.

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Acquisition and Predictive Analysis

It’s been a busy year for mergers and acquisitions, with a number of billion dollar deals that happened. We tracked and analyzed over 700 Mergers & Acquisitions that occurred in 2017 and extracted the 20 largest deals across 9 industries, valued above $5 B.

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6 Signs That Your Invention Management Solution Is Strained

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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.

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5 Ways Symphony Can Help Your Company Attract and Maintain Top-Tier Inventors

The world is trending toward automation, and intellectual property (IP) management is no exception. Symphony is designed to streamline IP lifecycle management processes to reduce costs, improve efficiency, and eliminate administrative errors.

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Artificial Intelligence Innovation: A Case Study

 The artificial intelligence (AI) landscape is growing quickly.  Artificial intelligence startups raised $5B in 2016, a 10-fold increase since 2012.[1]  Tech giants (Google, Microsoft, IBM) are contributing heavily to this acceleration, both in academic and practical pursuits.  Google published 218 papers on machine learning in 2016, nearly double the number of publications in 2014.[2]  In December 2016, Microsoft launched a new venture fund specifically to evaluate and fund AI startups, kicking off the fund with an investment in Element AI, then acquiring Maluuba just one month later. [3] [4]

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MaxVal Patent Litigation Databank expands coverage to include Global Patent Litigation Data

MaxVal, a leading technology-enabled IP solutions provider known for its cutting edge products and automated solutions announces the global data expansion of MaxVal’s Litigation Databank with the inclusion of valuable non-US litigation data.

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MaxVal Sponsors and Exhibits at IP Counsel Cafe - May 10-12, 2017

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.

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Court Shuts Down Patent Infringement Case Against Amazon.com

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The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California has dismissed a lawsuit against Amazon.com filed by TriDim Innovations claiming patent infringement.

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MaxVal Launches SymphonyIAM - an Innovative Intellectual Asset Management Platform

symphonyiam-bannerMaxVal, a leading IP management solution provider is pleased to announce the public launch of SymphonyIAM — its new cloud-based intellectual asset management platform.

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False Testimony Leads to Triple Damages Award by EDTX against Samsung

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Samsung Electronics was punished with a $21 million enhanced damages award after finding egregious willful infringement of patents held by Imperium IP Holdings of the Cayman Islands.

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