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Nathan Doudera, Manager, has significant experience in patent analysis, innovation strategy, and intellectual property licensing.
Over the course of his career, Mr. Doudera has worked with clients ranging from the Fortune 500 to startups and individual inventors. He has helped to return millions of dollars to patent owners through IP sales and licensing, and has contributed in guiding the innovation efforts of some of the world’s top companies.
Part II: Rembrandts for Sale
POSTED BY Nancy Edwards Cronin and Nathan Doudera AT 9:10 A.M. Nov 19, 2012 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 an overlooked factor in the financial collapse of Digital Domain Media Group (DDMG). In addition to exploring the lack […]
The Role of Design Patents in an Overall IP Strategy
POSTED BY Justin Kunz and Nathan Doudera AT 1:25 P.M. Oct 30, 2012 The recently concluded and highly publicized patent infringement trial between Apple and Samsung was significant for many reasons. For one, it was by far the biggest battle yet in the ongoing war between the Apple and Android smartphone ecosystems. In addition, the high value of alleged […]
Don’t Forget About the “Rembrandt in the Attic”?
POSTED BY Nancy Edwards Cronin and Nathan Doudera AT 8:55 A.M. Oct 15, 2012 The entertainment industry is abuzz with the recent bankruptcy proceedings of Digital Domain Media Group (DDMG) the parent company of visual effects (VFX) company Digital Domain Productions. While there are certainly financial reasons for its downfall, there are other unexplored factors related to intellectual property […]