Paul Cannata, Managing Director of Patent Monetization Inc. provides an opinion article in Intellectual Property Magazine

Above and beyond a simple cash grab? Paul Cannata discusses IBM’s possible monetisation strategy following its recent patent transaction with Google [ read full article ]

Patent Monetization Inc. Represents Cooler Master in International Patent Portfolio Sale

Toronto, ON January 19, 2012 – Patent Monetization Inc. is pleased to announce the recent transaction of selected patents and patent applications between Cooler Master Co., Ltd. and Chemtron Research LLC. Patent Monetization Inc. represented Cooler Master together with their regional advisor J&C Intellectual Property Corp. Transaction details are confidential. According to Cooler Master, “Patent […]

i4i wins patent infringement case against Microsoft Supreme Court decision released today

Toronto, June 9, 2011 – In Washington DC today, the Supreme Court of the United States has ruled unanimously in favor of i4i in the long‐running i4i v Microsoft patent infringement lawsuit.  The Supreme Court did not accept Microsoft’s request to lower the standard of proof, for challenges to the validity of a properly issued patent, […]

Microsoft must pay Toronto company $290 million

A real-life David and Goliath story played out in the U.S. Supreme Court Thursday when the high court upheld a previous ruling that tech heavyweight Microsoft pay $290 million to a Canadian software company for patent infringement… [ read full article ]