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Patent Licensing and Patent Sales Go Hollywood!

For many years, those working at licensing and patent sales for hundreds of buyers and sellers have always realized that "telling the story" was essential. An industry standard, if not the industry standard, was a 2-pager flyer with sections on Business, Market, Technology, Valuation, and Claims Charting, etc. to create interest and then leads. Buyers or licensees had their own information requirements, but it always came down to the overlap of interest and good patents. New in the industry is a video of the IP to be sold or licensed. Seems like most people will open a 3-4 minute video but will not read a 2 page or longer package to get interest. But what is the formula for the marketing video: actors, sets, music; what do IP brokers now have to do?

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POSTED BY John Cronin AT 11:58 A.M. Oct 5, 2018

TAGS: Commercialization | John Cronin | Licensing | Patent Sales




Part II: Rembrandts for Sale

In our October 15th blog post Don't Forget About the "Rembrandt in the Attic"?, we discussed how a failure to think strategically about IP may have been a overlooked factor in the financial collapse of Digital Domain Media Group (DDMG). DDMG as debtor in possession has now sought court approval to sell the 3D patents along with the company’s remaining assets. The assets will be auctioned in separate groups, with the six granted 3D patents and two applications sold as one group. For any parties considering making a bid for the 3D patents, one essential question must be asked: how much are these patents worth?

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POSTED BY Nancy Edwards Cronin and Nathan Doudera AT 9:10 A.M. Nov 19, 2012

TAGS: Entertainment | Nathan Doudera | Nancy Edwards Cronin | Valuation | Licensing | Patent Sales




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