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The Israeli Patent Market

In this video, Finnegan attorney Gerson Panitch and a number of Israeli innovators discuss the current Intellectual Propery landscape in Israel. Currently, the country is alive with IP innovation, which means that it is especially important for Israeli inventors and technology companies to build strong patent portfolios to protect their inventions. In a competitive market like Israel, the value of a patent is its ability to block competitors in the future.

This video is for informational purposes, is not intended to constitute legal advice, and may be considered advertising under applicable state laws. This video is only the opinion of the authors and is not attributable to Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, or the firm"s clients.

In this video, Finnegan attorney Gerson Panitch and a number of Israeli innovators discuss the current Intellectual Propery landscape in Israel. Currently, the country is alive with IP innovation, which means that it is especially important for Israeli inventors and technology companies to build strong patent portfolios to protect their inventions. In a competitive market like Israel, the value of a patent is its ability to block competitors in the future.

This video is for informational purposes, is not intended to constitute legal advice, and may be considered advertising under applicable state laws. This video is only the opinion of the authors and is not attributable to Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, or the firm"s clients.

Patent Strategy

In this video, Finnegan attorney Gerson Panitch discusses what it means to develop a patent strategy. In today's rapidly changing and extremely aggressive marketplace, it is no longer enough to simply file a patent and hope for the best. If a company truly wants to protect the value of their innovations, then it's necessary to develop a dedicated patent strategy that iteratively evaluates blocks potential avenues where competitors may step around a patent. Undertaking a process like this may cost more up-front, but by developing a proactive patent strategy, a company can save a great deal of time and money in the long-run.

This video is for informational purposes, is not intended to constitute legal advice, and may be considered advertising under applicable state laws. This video is only the opinion of the authors and is not attributable to Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, or the firm's clients.

In this video, Finnegan attorney Gerson Panitch discusses what it means to develop a patent strategy. In today's rapidly changing and extremely aggressive marketplace, it is no longer enough to simply file a patent and hope for the best. If a company truly wants to protect the value of their innovations, then it's necessary to develop a dedicated patent strategy that iteratively evaluates blocks potential avenues where competitors may step around a patent. Undertaking a process like this may cost more up-front, but by developing a proactive patent strategy, a company can save a great deal of time and money in the long-run.

This video is for informational purposes, is not intended to constitute legal advice, and may be considered advertising under applicable state laws. This video is only the opinion of the authors and is not attributable to Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, or the firm's clients.

Patent Wars

Today's technological landscape of innovation and disruption is punctuated by brutal patent wars, in which competitors take to the courts and try the strength of each others' patent portfolios. In this video, Jonathan Caras, Co-Founder & CTO of Glide, and Finnegan attorney Gerson Panitch discuss how companies who are on the cutting edge of technological innovation can anticipate and protect themselves from expensive and time-consuming patent wars. As more industries follow in the footsteps of the notorious "Smartphone Wars" that have taken place over the last decade, it has become apparent that the big winners at the end of a patent war are those companies who control the important patents.

This video is for informational purposes, is not intended to constitute legal advice, and may be considered advertising under applicable state laws. This video is only the opinion of the authors and is not attributable to Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, or the firm's clients.

Today's technological landscape of innovation and disruption is punctuated by brutal patent wars, in which competitors take to the courts and try the strength of each others' patent portfolios. In this video, Jonathan Caras, Co-Founder & CTO of Glide, and Finnegan attorney Gerson Panitch discuss how companies who are on the cutting edge of technological innovation can anticipate and protect themselves from expensive and time-consuming patent wars. As more industries follow in the footsteps of the notorious "Smartphone Wars" that have taken place over the last decade, it has become apparent that the big winners at the end of a patent war are those companies who control the important patents.

This video is for informational purposes, is not intended to constitute legal advice, and may be considered advertising under applicable state laws. This video is only the opinion of the authors and is not attributable to Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, or the firm's clients.

Cybertech Patents

In this video, Finnegan attorney Gerson Panitch discusses recent developments in the cybertech industry. Particularly in this rapidly developing field, many companies are rushing to file patents that protect their cybertech innovations, and so it's important to consider how to formulate a smart patent strategy. Even though most cybertech companies don't end up in court, it's still crucial to have a robust portfolio of cybertech patents in order to dissuade opponents from taking valuable technologies or suing for patent infringement in the future. This video is for informational purposes, is not intended to constitute legal advice, and may be considered advertising under applicable state laws. This video is only the opinion of the authors and is not attributable to Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, or the firm's clients.

In this video, Finnegan attorney Gerson Panitch discusses recent developments in the cybertech industry. Particularly in this rapidly developing field, many companies are rushing to file patents that protect their cybertech innovations, and so it's important to consider how to formulate a smart patent strategy. Even though most cybertech companies don't end up in court, it's still crucial to have a robust portfolio of cybertech patents in order to dissuade opponents from taking valuable technologies or suing for patent infringement in the future. This video is for informational purposes, is not intended to constitute legal advice, and may be considered advertising under applicable state laws. This video is only the opinion of the authors and is not attributable to Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, or the firm's clients.

Cultivating an IP Culture

In this video, Baruch Altman, AVP & CTO of LiveU, and Finnegan attorney Gerson Panitch discuss the importance of cultivating an IP-conscious culture within an organization. Many organizations are specialize in planning, logistics, implementation, or product development, but very few have taken the time to create a company culture that prioritizes a long-term, comprehensive intellectual property strategy. At Finnegan, we utilize a proprietary strategic planning process with our clients that we have developed using decades of experience. The goal of this process is to work with professionals at all levels of a company, from technical to management, to create patents that block competitors.

This video is for informational purposes, is not intended to constitute legal advice, and may be considered advertising under applicable state laws. This video is only the opinion of the authors and is not attributable to Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, or the firm's clients.

In this video, Baruch Altman, AVP & CTO of LiveU, and Finnegan attorney Gerson Panitch discuss the importance of cultivating an IP-conscious culture within an organization. Many organizations are specialize in planning, logistics, implementation, or product development, but very few have taken the time to create a company culture that prioritizes a long-term, comprehensive intellectual property strategy. At Finnegan, we utilize a proprietary strategic planning process with our clients that we have developed using decades of experience. The goal of this process is to work with professionals at all levels of a company, from technical to management, to create patents that block competitors.

This video is for informational purposes, is not intended to constitute legal advice, and may be considered advertising under applicable state laws. This video is only the opinion of the authors and is not attributable to Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, or the firm's clients.

Automotive Patents

In this video, Aquarius Co-Founder & CMO of Aquarius Gal Fridman and Finnegan attorney Gerson Panitch discuss the IP landscape of the automotive industry. Like many tech industries, the automotive industry is entering a number of patent wars that may decide the future of certain automotive technologies, including as engines, machine vision, and driverless technology. As such, it is very important for Israeli companies in the automotive industry to seek out strong IP counsel to help ensure that they are able to thrive in an increasingly competitive market.

This video is for informational purposes, is not intended to constitute legal advice, and may be considered advertising under applicable state laws. This video is only the opinion of the authors and is not attributable to Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, or the firm's clients.

In this video, Aquarius Co-Founder & CMO of Aquarius Gal Fridman and Finnegan attorney Gerson Panitch discuss the IP landscape of the automotive industry. Like many tech industries, the automotive industry is entering a number of patent wars that may decide the future of certain automotive technologies, including as engines, machine vision, and driverless technology. As such, it is very important for Israeli companies in the automotive industry to seek out strong IP counsel to help ensure that they are able to thrive in an increasingly competitive market.

This video is for informational purposes, is not intended to constitute legal advice, and may be considered advertising under applicable state laws. This video is only the opinion of the authors and is not attributable to Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, or the firm's clients.

Patenting Disposables

In this video, PixCell Medical CEO Avishay Bransky and Finnegan attorney Gerson Panitch discuss the importance of patenting disposables. Disposables are the consumable portions of a device that must be replaced after a single use or after a number of uses. One mistake that many companies make is that they fail to patent their disposables, opting instead to focus on the technology that utilizes those products. By adopting a strategy that involves that patenting of disposables, companies can protect future profit streams.

This video is for informational purposes, is not intended to constitute legal advice, and may be considered advertising under applicable state laws. This video is only the opinion of the authors and is not attributable to Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, or the firm's clients.

In this video, PixCell Medical CEO Avishay Bransky and Finnegan attorney Gerson Panitch discuss the importance of patenting disposables. Disposables are the consumable portions of a device that must be replaced after a single use or after a number of uses. One mistake that many companies make is that they fail to patent their disposables, opting instead to focus on the technology that utilizes those products. By adopting a strategy that involves that patenting of disposables, companies can protect future profit streams.

This video is for informational purposes, is not intended to constitute legal advice, and may be considered advertising under applicable state laws. This video is only the opinion of the authors and is not attributable to Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, or the firm's clients.

Software Patents

In this video, OffLA Co-Founder Yuval Raz and Finnegan attorney Gerson Panitch discuss software patents. Currently, there is some confusion as to whether or not software is patentable. While software is patentable, there are many specific rules and best-practices that must be followed in order to avoid that software being classified by the patent office as "abstract." Here at Finnegan, we have a proprietary approach to designing software patents that can help clients to avoid some of the most common pitfalls in the software patenting process.

This video is for informational purposes, is not intended to constitute legal advice, and may be considered advertising under applicable state laws. This video is only the opinion of the authors and is not attributable to Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, or the firm's clients.

In this video, OffLA Co-Founder Yuval Raz and Finnegan attorney Gerson Panitch discuss software patents. Currently, there is some confusion as to whether or not software is patentable. While software is patentable, there are many specific rules and best-practices that must be followed in order to avoid that software being classified by the patent office as "abstract." Here at Finnegan, we have a proprietary approach to designing software patents that can help clients to avoid some of the most common pitfalls in the software patenting process.

This video is for informational purposes, is not intended to constitute legal advice, and may be considered advertising under applicable state laws. This video is only the opinion of the authors and is not attributable to Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, or the firm's clients.

Patents for Startups

In this video, OTM Technologies Co-Founder Dr. Opher Kinrot and Finnegan attorney Gerson Panitch discuss IP strategies for startups in the tech space. Because it is often crucial for them to make their inventions and innovations public for the purpose of fundraising, there is a very limited window of opportunity for startups to file their patent applications. Intellectual property is very often the life-blood of a startup. It is what differentiates the company from other organizations within a given industry and can propel them to achieve financial growth. As such, it is critical that startups patent their innovations early and often. This video is for informational purposes, is not intended to constitute legal advice, and may be considered advertising under applicable state laws. This video is only the opinion of the authors and is not attributable to Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, or the firm"s clients.

In this video, OTM Technologies Co-Founder Dr. Opher Kinrot and Finnegan attorney Gerson Panitch discuss IP strategies for startups in the tech space. Because it is often crucial for them to make their inventions and innovations public for the purpose of fundraising, there is a very limited window of opportunity for startups to file their patent applications. Intellectual property is very often the life-blood of a startup. It is what differentiates the company from other organizations within a given industry and can propel them to achieve financial growth. As such, it is critical that startups patent their innovations early and often. This video is for informational purposes, is not intended to constitute legal advice, and may be considered advertising under applicable state laws. This video is only the opinion of the authors and is not attributable to Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, or the firm"s clients.

Competitor Perspectives

In this video, Rapid Medical CEO Ronen Eckhouse and Finnegan attorney Gerson Panitch discuss how to design high-quality patents by putting yourself in your competitors' shoes. Many companies develop patents backwards, that is, by building a claim based primarily on the specifications of an invention. This might not seem backwards until you consider the patent from a competitor's perspective. Gerson Panitch provides key insights about how to put youself in the shoes of your competitor and build valuable patents that block future claims.

This video is for informational purposes, is not intended to constitute legal advice, and may be considered advertising under applicable state laws. This video is only the opinion of the authors and is not attributable to Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, or the firm's clients.

In this video, Rapid Medical CEO Ronen Eckhouse and Finnegan attorney Gerson Panitch discuss how to design high-quality patents by putting yourself in your competitors' shoes. Many companies develop patents backwards, that is, by building a claim based primarily on the specifications of an invention. This might not seem backwards until you consider the patent from a competitor's perspective. Gerson Panitch provides key insights about how to put youself in the shoes of your competitor and build valuable patents that block future claims.

This video is for informational purposes, is not intended to constitute legal advice, and may be considered advertising under applicable state laws. This video is only the opinion of the authors and is not attributable to Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, or the firm's clients.

Machine Vision Patents

In this video, Finnegan attorney Gerson Panitch discusses developments in machine vision technology and their implication on machine vision patents. In Israel, there are a lot of exciting innovations occurring in machine vision, which means that there are a lot of opportunities for creative patenting. According to Panitch, one of the easiest mistakes to make when drafting a patent in an industry like machine vision is to patent an algorithm or other technical nuance that is too easy for a competitor to step around. By creating a patent that focuses on user interface (UI), a company may be able to block competitors from producing an entire method or approach to machine vision.

This video is for informational purposes, is not intended to constitute legal advice, and may be considered advertising under applicable state laws. This video is only the opinion of the authors and is not attributable to Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, or the firm's clients.

In this video, Finnegan attorney Gerson Panitch discusses developments in machine vision technology and their implication on machine vision patents. In Israel, there are a lot of exciting innovations occurring in machine vision, which means that there are a lot of opportunities for creative patenting. According to Panitch, one of the easiest mistakes to make when drafting a patent in an industry like machine vision is to patent an algorithm or other technical nuance that is too easy for a competitor to step around. By creating a patent that focuses on user interface (UI), a company may be able to block competitors from producing an entire method or approach to machine vision.

This video is for informational purposes, is not intended to constitute legal advice, and may be considered advertising under applicable state laws. This video is only the opinion of the authors and is not attributable to Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, or the firm's clients.

Medical Device Patents

In this video, FInnegan attorney Jennifer Swann and several Israeli medical device innovators discuss patenting medical devices in the Israeli market. In particular, Panitch analyzes the potential problems with patenting methods instead of the medical devices themselves. This is not to suggest that method claims are not valuable, but it does indicate that there are opportunities to construct medical device patents in ways that block manufacturers, and not just practitioners.

This video is for informational purposes, is not intended to constitute legal advice, and may be considered advertising under applicable state laws. This video is only the opinion of the authors and is not attributable to Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, or the firm's clients.

In this video, FInnegan attorney Jennifer Swann and several Israeli medical device innovators discuss patenting medical devices in the Israeli market. In particular, Panitch analyzes the potential problems with patenting methods instead of the medical devices themselves. This is not to suggest that method claims are not valuable, but it does indicate that there are opportunities to construct medical device patents in ways that block manufacturers, and not just practitioners.

This video is for informational purposes, is not intended to constitute legal advice, and may be considered advertising under applicable state laws. This video is only the opinion of the authors and is not attributable to Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, or the firm's clients.

Litigation Experience

In this video, Finnegan attorney Gerson Panitch discusses some of the "dirty secrets" of the patent industry. Most notably, he argues that less than five percent of all granted patents are actually valuable. This is not because patents are inherently worthless, but because it is difficult to monetize the value of a patent unless it is constructed to sucessfully block competitors. Watch this clip to learn more about the strategy behind valuable patents.

This video is for informational purposes, is not intended to constitute legal advice, and may be considered advertising under applicable state laws. This video is only the opinion of the authors and is not attributable to Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, or the firm's clients.

In this video, Finnegan attorney Gerson Panitch discusses some of the "dirty secrets" of the patent industry. Most notably, he argues that less than five percent of all granted patents are actually valuable. This is not because patents are inherently worthless, but because it is difficult to monetize the value of a patent unless it is constructed to sucessfully block competitors. Watch this clip to learn more about the strategy behind valuable patents.

This video is for informational purposes, is not intended to constitute legal advice, and may be considered advertising under applicable state laws. This video is only the opinion of the authors and is not attributable to Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, or the firm's clients.

Trade Secrets

In this video, Finnegan attorney Gerson Panitch explains how patents are not the solution to every IP problem. For example, it is often more valuable to leave trade secrets unpatented in order to prevent others from discovering them. Patents make inventions public, and although they do place a time limit on when a certain invention can be protected, they are not indefinite, which means that the invention will eventually be available for public use. This is an important consideration when developing a long-term intellectual property strategy.

This video is for informational purposes, is not intended to constitute legal advice, and may be considered advertising under applicable state laws. This video is only the opinion of the authors and is not attributable to Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, or the firm's clients.

In this video, Finnegan attorney Gerson Panitch explains how patents are not the solution to every IP problem. For example, it is often more valuable to leave trade secrets unpatented in order to prevent others from discovering them. Patents make inventions public, and although they do place a time limit on when a certain invention can be protected, they are not indefinite, which means that the invention will eventually be available for public use. This is an important consideration when developing a long-term intellectual property strategy.

This video is for informational purposes, is not intended to constitute legal advice, and may be considered advertising under applicable state laws. This video is only the opinion of the authors and is not attributable to Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, or the firm's clients.

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