PatentCafe Launches New Intellectual Property and Technology Magazine; Fuses High Technology, Business and Patent Law

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PatentCafe, publisher of global patent data, enterprise patent research software and invention resources, launches IPFrontline, Intellectual Property and Technology Magazine for engineers, scientists, researchers, entrepreneurs, patent professionals, corporate product and marketing managers, inventors and technology investors Each weekly issue of IPFrontline explores the increasingly dynamic field of intellectual property rights, and helps demystify patents for non-patent professionals such as product developers, researchers, venture capitalists, technology investors and marketing managers, to entrepreneurs and CEOs in high tech and venture capital backed start up companies and Fortune 500 Chief Executives.

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PatentCafe, publisher of global patent data, enterprise patent research software and invention resources, launches IPFrontline, Intellectual Property and Technology Magazine for engineers, scientists, researchers, entrepreneurs, patent professionals, corporate product and marketing managers, inventors and technology investors.

The IPFrontline focus is on news, trends, technologies, laws, policy and provocative social issues related to the discovery, exploitation and protection of invention.

Oliver Wendell Holmes, United States Supreme Court Justice once said: "a patent is the most complex legal document there is." Intellectual property is today’s fastest growing area of US law, yet making intelligent business or investment decisions based on patents remains just as complex and mysterious as it was in Holmes’ day.

Each weekly issue of IPFrontline explores the increasingly dynamic field of intellectual property rights, and helps demystify patents for non-patent professionals such as product developers, researchers, venture capitalists, technology investors and marketing managers, to entrepreneurs and CEOs in high tech and venture capital backed start up companies and Fortune 500 Chief Executives.

IPFrontline is also a powerful new entrant into mainstream intellectual property law publications, offering proprietary content not available elsewhere. The magazine publishes patent trend data based on nearly 8,000 patents issued each week by the US Patent and Trademark Office. The real-time patent charts online track patent trends of 14 key industry segments, as well as patent performance of the Top 200 companies and patent law firms. Patent reports for the electronics, aerospace & defense, pharmaceutical, software, and 10 other industries are updated in real-time.

For patent law professionals, the magazine includes searchable Federal and State Case Law libraries without ever leaving a patent infringement news story.

Andy Gibbs, PatentCafe’s CEO notes that “intellectual property accounts for more than 70 percent of the market value of the Fortune 500, and nearly 90% of NASDAQ-listed companies. IPFrontline bridges the knowledge gap between the “patent insiders”, and financial, marketing, and other non-patent professionals responsible for exploiting intellectual property to build shareholder value.”

IPFrontline incorporates the latest interactive magazine technology including article Blogs, and RSS news feeds, and spirited IP perspective by a new cadre of OP-ED thought leaders, including noted professors from the Franklin Pierce Law Center, repeatedly ranked by US News and World Report’s as the nation’s top-ranked intellectual property law school, a past director of the US Patent and Trademark Office, and intellectual property magazine columnists.

Op-Ed Columnist for the magazine's technology section is Dr. Joseph Monaco. With multiple BS, MS and Ph.D. degrees across theoretical physics, electrical engineering, physical chemistry, computer science, neurobiology and astrophysics, Dr. Joe's "Synaptic Gap" provokes thoughs and feedback through his column Blog.

Gibbs, also the IP News OP-ED columnist, says “IPFrontline’s unique articles and features deliver unparalleled depth and breadth of information for patent professionals, and at the same time makes timely patent information digestible and usable for non-patent professionals. The fresh editorial perspective explores the logical relationships between patents, invention and commerce.”

IPFrontline’s cover stories and OP-ED columns are provided for free to inventors and other casual readers, while professional features and premium content are available by subscription.

IPFrontline Intellectual Property and Technology Magazine is available online at http://www.IPFrontline.com

About PatentCafe

PatentCafe.com, Inc. is a privately held provider of intellectual property management resources for industry. Through its network of 6 web properties, it provides the broadest collection of software and patent management solutions for enterprise, international patent data, IP news, and invention resources.

The company’s nearly ½ million monthly users worldwide include patent and corporate attorneys, technology investors, financial analysts, engineers, independent inventors and corporate executives responsible for the development, management, enforcement and commercialization of intellectual property.

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