Technical expertise to help corporations and law firms profoundly improve licensing and litigation outcome
130+
patent litigations and counting
40,000
patents analyzed for avenues to monetize
35 TB
of source code analyzed for evidence
2,500+
infringement claim-charts
1,500+
prior-art & invalidity searches
We help leading IP law firms win patent matters for their clients
Delivering real value through creative problem solving
Patent analysis & technical insights to cover all your needs
Litigation & Licensing Support
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Portfolio Analysis
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Technology Due Diligence
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Valuation & Damages Analysis
Understand the true value of patent portfolio and the investment opportunity.

Analyze patent value, assess monetization opportunities and execute your licensing programs.

Unearth new licensing opportunities by changing the way your in-house team look at patents in your portfolio.

Understand technology evolution, identify patent holdings and strength of various companies in the industry.

Financial and economic analysis that provide lead indicators to support your complex IP valuation matters
Evaluate the strength and weakness of your case and take a fact-based decision before pursuing a patent infringement matter.

Get a complete understanding of different product components, how it is made and how it works under different scenarios.

Mine the best technical evidence of infringement from source code and strengthen your infringement contentions.

Demonstrate evidence of use through testing of accused products using relevant and reliable scientific methods.

Context of the search is more important than the search process. Get the right results as your first line of defense.
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