IPWatchdog Unleashed

IPWatchdog’s brings to you IPWatchdog Unleashed.  Each week we journey into the world of intellectual property to discuss the law, news, policy and politics of innovation, technology, and creativity.  With analysis and commentary from industry thought leaders and newsmakers from around the world, IPWatchdog Unleashed is hosted by world renowned patent attorney and founder of IPWatchdog.com, Gene Quinn.


IPWatchdog.com is also proud to partner with the following law firms and organizations to bring you their podcasts and vlogs!

IP Goes Pop! – By Volpe Koenig

Patents, trademarks, and copyrights are often referenced in popular movies, television and songs. IP Goes Pop! explores the interface between intellectual property and popular culture. Who owns the rights to creative expression? How long does a patent last? Do the media get it right when reporting on intellectual property issues? What makes a trade secret truly secret?

Hosted by Volpe Koenig intellectual property attorneys Michael Snyder and Joseph Gushue, with guest colleagues, inventors, writers, and creators, this lively podcast discusses intellectual property with a pop culture twist.


Understanding IP Matters – By Center for Intellectual Property Understanding (CIPU)

Understanding IP Matters’ explores the intellectual property story of people who have succeeded in the world of invention, creative expression, and brand – some with the scars to prove it. ‘Understanding IP Matters’ looks at the journey from creator to entrepreneur. It is the first podcast series of its kind to convey the experience of high-performing creators, executives and investors in their own words. Each episode features a different guest who shares with host Bruce Berman their view on how IP rights impact success. ‘Understanding IP Matters’ is brought to you by the Center for Intellectual Property Understanding, an independent non-profit that provides outreach to improve IP literacy and promote sharing.


Talkin’ Trade – By Ropes & Gray

Ropes & Gray’s podcast series Talkin’ Trade explores the world of Section 337 unfair import investigations at the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC). Section 337 actions can provide valuable leverage for a company in a dispute with a foreign competitor, but we have found that many businesses and practitioners are either blissfully unaware of what these proceedings are or have only just vaguely heard about the ITC. Each episode will be hosted by Ropes & Gray IP litigator Matt Rizzolo and features a different aspect of ITC proceedings, sometimes discussing recent ITC-related current events or news.


IP Practice Vlogs – By Global IP Counselors

Global IP Counselors is dedicated to protecting the intellectual property rights of applicants around the world.  We believe in drafting disclosures that are enabled to support a broad range of claim scopes at the onset of prosecution, placing the applicants’ claims strongly in position for future assertion.  In order to provide world class IP service, we maintain a full understanding of the ongoing changes to the USPTO’s agency guidelines as well as precedential rulings from the US courts.  Join Wen Xie at the IP Practice Vlogs as she discusses the newest IP practice insights before the USPTO and the Federal Circuit.


Patently Strategic – By Aurora Consulting

Aurora’s Patently Strategic is a patent-focused podcast for inventors, founders, and IP professionals, covering the finer points, sharp edges, and nuances of startup patent strategy. Each monthly episode features a round-table style discussion amongst experts in the field of patenting and is hosted by Dr. Ashley Sloat, Aurora’s President and Director of Patent Strategy. Patently Strategic is brought to you by Aurora Consulting, a patent strategy boutique that specializes in working with early stage life science, medical device, digital health, and software companies to develop valuable patent portfolios through highly tailored, comprehensive strategies. Aurora’s scalable, value-oriented patent portfolio services include strategy, drafting, filing, prosecution, and searching.


The Briefing – By the IP Law Blog

The Briefing by the IP Law Blog is a publication of Weintraub Tobin that provides insight in connection with copyrights, trademarks, patents, trade secrets, false advertising, licensing, promotions, and sweepstakes. The series’ objective is to serve as a forum to discuss IP strategies that provide protection to a business’s or person’s intangible assets. In the podcast, intellectual property attorney Scott Hervey and his guests discuss current IP issues related to trademark, copyright, and entertainment, as well as IP litigation and intellectual property in the news.


The SEP Couch with Tim Pohlman

In the SEP Couch podcast, Tim Pohlmann, CEO and Founder of IPlytics, hosts discussions with industry leaders, academics and policy makers on current topics around standard essential patents (SEPs) and as they relate to FRAND, licensing, litigation, dealmaking, policy, and regulation as well as general trends for markets where SEPs matter. Invited guests are interviewed in a 45-minute podcast format expressing their personal views on topics under discussion among IP professionals when it comes to essential IP. This podcast encourages an open discussion format while it remains neutral to the controversial opinions and viewpoints of invited guests.


LexisNexis Evolving IP

Each episode of the Evolving IP podcast will dive into a specific theme, focusing on strategy, evidence, and decision-making processes. This unique approach aims to extend the conversation beyond the confines of the IP department, bringing valuable insights to a wider audience. Presented in a digestible format lasting approximately 20 minutes, the podcast is perfect for listeners during their commutes or short breaks from work. Hosted by Francesca Levoir, Head of Brand Strategy and Solutions Marketing, the podcast features an expert panel including Tim Pohlmann (CEO, LexisNexis IPlytics), Nigel Swycher (CEO, LexisNexis Cipher), and Marco Richter (Global Head of Customer Success, LexisNexis Intellectual Property).

Does your law firm have an established Intellectual Property focused podcast that publishes at least once a month?

Why not consider publishing your podcast on IPWatchdog?

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