Massachusetts Institute of Technology

  • Gender diversity leads to more work, less fun

    The study, conducted by researchers at The George Washington University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology indicates that gender diversity leads to higher revenue but lower job satisfaction.

  • IP and the ITC

    Recently, the International Trade Commission (ITC) has become a popular venue for IP disputes, including a clash between Apple and Samsung that ended up going as far as involving the White House.

  • 12 noteworthy in-house career moves

    Charting a dozen of the most recent GC and in-house appointments that in-house counsel need to know

  • The Internet of Things and the issue of IP rights (Part 1)

    The issue of intellectual property rights, particularly the desire of industry leaders to protect their patents and trade secrets, may impede the progress toward the goal of a seamless, interoperable digital system.

  • Mapping Innovation

    A patent map can visually identify hot spots for innovation as well as connections between industries, the graphical models can provide visual representation of the areas in which companies are protecting intellectual property and can help businesses stay one step ahead of the curve.

  • Former Google Executive to lead U.S. Patent Office

    Former Google executive Michelle Lee has been tapped to lead the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office until a permanent chief is named.

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