Kenneth Krosin

In terms of patenting, the U.S. has an advantage over Europe

Why does the U.S. have an advantage over Europe when it comes to leveraging a patent in the marketplace? Ken Krosin joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that the U.S. has one patent system for the national marketplace, while Europe has different patenting requirements for every country.

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What makes a trademark, name or logo protectable as an asset? Kenneth Krosin joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how to think about names and marks that you want to protect with a registration, including whether the public would be confused by your mark or name.
The world of protecting intellectual property can be complicated. Ken Krosin joins Jim Blasingame to report on the kerfuffle between universities that feel they must take legal action to protect their trademarks, etc., against high schools that use similar names, logos, etc.
Are the courts restricting business method patents? Ken Krosin joins Jim Blasingame to define business methods as intellectual property and to report on a new direction the courts are taking on allowing the patentability of business method patents.
Is America falling behind in the innovation marketplace? That's the question Kenneth Krosin poses as he joins Jim Blasingame to reveal startling statistics on the difference between China's innovation record and that of the U.S.
Does the U.S. have an innovation challenge? Ken Krosin joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that there is a decrease in patent applications in the U.S. as a result of the economy causing companies to cut back on R&D. They also discuss the competitive dangers this poses for the U.S.