Intellectual Asset Management (IAM) magazine

PatentLawPic120I’ve enjoyed reading Intellectual Asset Management (IAM) magazine for the past few months and met up with Joff Wild (Editor) and Gavin Stewart (Publisher) at the recent Ocean Tomo auction in Chicago.

IAM’s focus is on monetizing and managing intellectual property on a global scale. Or, in their words, “how IP can be best managed and exploited in order to increase company profits, drive shareholder value and obtain increased leverage in the capital markets.” The magazine has a bent toward strong IP rights – but its real focus is on how business and finance interplay with intellectual property.

The annual subscription price is £385 — but IAM has offered a 20% discount to Patently-O readers. Contact Alan Mowat with keyword “Patently-O” to subscribe. A short trial is also available.  (Unfortunately, I don’t get any kickback from this one…).

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4 thoughts on “Intellectual Asset Management (IAM) magazine

  1. IAM is truly executing on its mission to provide thought-provoking articles that focus on the importance of the interactions among legal, business and financial issues to realize intangible asset value. The Intangible Asset Finance Society also focuses on the intangible asset legal/business/finance interplay. IAFS members, which represent a cross-section of IP attorneys, lenders, insurance carriers, insurance brokers, investors, valuation experts, consultants, and licensing professionals, provide one article per issue to IAM magazine. IAFS also hosts very thought-provoking conferences to discuss topics addressed in IAM magazine articles. The IAFS web site is http://www.iafinance.org.

  2. The follow is not related to Patents in anyway
    link to news.bbc.co.uk
    I read the above article a few weeks ago and thought it was something of interest so I am sharing it with you all.

    To summarize the article the group is a research team associated with Stanford. The research team wrote a program that uses the spare computing power of personal computers to do protein folding simulations for research purposes. The nature of the simulations requires more computing power than that offered by even the most impressive super computers.
    link to folding.stanford.edu

    If you are interested go to the following download page:
    link to folding.stanford.edu
    I created a group titled Patent Professionals: Group number 95353
    You do not have to join a group to donate.

    If you do not want to be bothered with altruistic opportunities I apologize for wasting your time. To repeat myself, I know this is not related to subject matter generally discussed by patentlyo.com. I simply think it is something worth your attention.
    -Anonymous

  3. Dennis,

    IAM is a very interesting journal to read. Many different IP topics are reviewed that relate to worldwide (not just U.S.) IP issues.

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