Rights Reality assists corporations in enforcing their patents, monetizing patent's value with time, and transforming IP for future revenue generation. Rights Reality's patent licensing and monetization services have been structured and customized to help corporation and law firms to identify the strongest aspects of their patent portfolio. We help you in exploring its value, assessing monetization opportunities and executing the best possible licensing programs to gain the best market price for their assets.
Our services include identification of licensing or acquisition opportunities and valuation of patents. For licensing opportunities, our research team understands the patented claims and identifies the organizations whose products may infringe upon the patented claims. IP valuation includes assessing the market value of a patent, so that a reasonable value can be associated with the patent during acquisition. Our valuation strategy considers the strength of the specification, the breadth of claims, the prosecution history, and other factors that may affect the ability to litigate or license the patented technology.
Our in house licensing summary report of the patent portfolio provides a concise document with all the relevant information for the licensing programs of the companies. The licensing summary report contains the current and future global and US specific market potential of the underlying technology of the portfolio, infringement targets and infringing product's revenue details, infringement claim charts, portfolio details and expected price of the patent portfolio. Based on our licensing summary reports, ten technology companies has successfully closed their licensing deals in last two years.
Our licensing services include both in bound and out bound licensing services. Based on evidence of use analysis and whitespaces in your portfolio, Rights Reality can help identify and explore multiple leverage options - including technology transfer, patent sale, in/ out/ cross-licensing opportunities.
Patent Licensing means granting the exclusivity of rights related to a particular patent or technology to others for some consideration. There are sometimes terms and conditions involved in some of the Patent Licensing agreements, on which basis the Patent License are mainly divided into two categories, i.e. Exclusive Licenses, in which the Patent Owner (Licensor) transfer all the rights related to the patent to the Licensee (including the right to sub-license and sue for infringement), only keeping the title of the patent to himself, whereas the other License is known as Non-Exclusive License, in which Licensor only agrees not to sue the Licensee in case of patent infringement.
Patent Licensing generally involves a lump sum payment based on past use and predicted future profits or annual fixed percentage based of profits or sale as consideration given by the Licensee to the Licensor. Licensing a patent is beneficial to the Licensor as it helps him to generate additional revenue, increases the Licensor’s market reach by cracking those market regions which he cannot crack alone, etc, whereas it benefits the Licensee as it helps him to reduce the overall cost of operation as less amount of money would be spend on R&D, saves a lot of time which would require to reinvest the product and with the partnership between the two competitors (Licensor and Licensee), they may be able to achieve new heights by combining their respective expertise.
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