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From the Publisher"Gibbs and DeMatteis give us a very up-to-date and clear entry point into patent management in the context of the real world of business, including insightful perspectives on finance, banking, taxes, and insurance. Both the generalist and specialist will benefit form learning how to deal with patents in a variety of established business systems."
—Steve Fox, Vice President and Deputy General Counsel for Intellectual Property, Hewlett-Packard Company
"At last, a quality reference text I can heartily recommend to my corporate clients and independent inventors alike. DeMatteis and Gibbs have drawn upon a wealth of experience in pulling together a remarkable book deftly placing invention and the US Patent System in a real-world business context."
—Don Kelly, CEO, Intellectual Asset Management Associates, LLC, and former Director, US Patent and Trademark Office.
"... compelling, 'how-to' manual for generating and fostering a sustainable patent-consciousness in all corporate employees, now a critical task in our knowledge-driven economy. The authors talk directly to each role and suggest what each individual must do to create, grow, and protect shareholder value through the development and exploitation of patents. This is a cornerstone book which will definitely impact the business processes in corporate America."
—Lucy Teixeira Akers, Chairman, PIUG, Inc.—The International Society for Patent Information, and former IP Management Program Team Leader, ExxonMobil Chemical Co.
"It's about time someone wrote a book on managing your patents so you can get real time results! Every start-up company and inventor must read this book if they plan to partner their patented innovations; this book will be one of the first books in our library that we'll recommend to our clients."
—Steve Schneider, Coordinator, Sawyer Center, Redwood Empire SBDC
"Successful companies already have realized the value of patent management ... the remaining companies must learn how to manage their patent rights or become extinct. the authors show how effective Patent Quality Management (PQM) can be mastered by all managers, not just in-house counsel. One of the top five books all intellectual property managers should have on their desk."
—Michael S. Neustel, U.S. Patent Attorney
"Essentials of Patents gives the reader a practical view of the business side of patents. As such it will prove valuable to business professionals as it treats all aspects of maximizing the value of patent property. The book should also provide patent attorneys insight into their customers and their needs. Even wire haired inventors and some bald inventors will find this a useful book."
—James L. Fergason, inventor of the liquid crystal display (LCD), holder of more than 125 patents in 47 countries, and inductee to the National Inventors Hall of Fame
"Patents are becoming a significant contributor to shareholder value. Essentials of Patents presents a solid model for integration of senior managers, who were traditionally considered by corporate engineering and legal staff to be 'patent outsiders', into the Patent Value Equation."
—Vern Norviel, General Counsel, Perlegen Sciences, Inc.
"Every Small Business Development Center, every manufacturing facilitation organization, every inventor's support group, every law office, every college and university needs at least one copy of the Essentials of Patents for client, customer and student use. This clearly written book, by two experienced, successful and articulate inventors will make our jobs easier when we facilitate the patent process. Thanks Gibbs and DeMatteis for another book well done!"
—Mary Wollesen, Director, Sierra College SmallBusiness Development Center