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Article One Partners surpasses Eight Million Dollar mark for Rewards paid and has more than 42,000 registered Researchers

WILLISTON, VT–(Marketwired – Sep 5, 2017) – Article One Partners (AOP), the world’s largest intellectual property research community and pioneer in crowd-based prior art searching, announced today that it has exceeded $8 million dollars in payments to their research community — the Crowd, which has grown to more than 42,000 registrants. In addition to paying Read more…

Article One Partners and Intralink engage in Partnership to expand AOP presence in Japan

Williston, VT, May 9, 2017 – Article One Partners (AOP), the world’s largest patent research community, and Intralink, a leader in developing and implementing strategies in Asian markets, today announced a new strategic partnership. With intellectual property (IP) at the forefront of all companies’ strategies, the partnership between Article One Partners and Intralink will help Read more…

Article One Partners Hires Prominent IP Attorney to Head Growing Services Demand at the World’s Largest IP Research Community

New talent will enhance the company’s ability to deliver high quality for market driven IP solutions tailored to individual client needs Vermont, November 3, 2016 – Article One Partners (AOP), the world’s largest intellectual property research community, pioneer in crowd-based prior art searching, and market leader in providing customized patent research and analytics solutions for Read more…

Article One Partners Twitter Q&A

Article One Partners recently held a Twitter Q&A, and we’ve compiled the questions and answers tweeted out below: I have an invention that I haven’t patented yet. What should I do with it? What can I do with it? With First to File, it’s important to at least file a provisional patent. Seek legal advice Read more…

Article One Partners Releases Enhanced Profiles for AOP Platform

In a press release published today, Article One Partners announced the newest release to their AOP Platform: Enhanced Profiles. “Clients have been asking for more details around our crowd of more than 37,000 in over 170 countries and we are delighted to be providing more insight to the research community at this time,” said President Read more…

Join AOP & Philips for a Special Webinar on C2i and the Invention Disclosure Process!

Please join Article One Partners for a Webinar titled Concept to Invention: Improving the  Invention Disclosure Process, to be held on May 24th at 12 pm EST. Maaike van Velzen, Head of IP Portfolio Management at Philips, along with Peter Vanderheyden, President of Article One Partners, and Tim Brisson, VP, Innovation & Lead Patent Counsel of Article One Partners Read more…

Article One Partners Appoints Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing

In a press release published Tuesday, Article One Partners announced its appointment of Tom Shambo as the Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing. Tom Shambo has close to 20 years of executive sales experience and 15 years of experience in the legal services market.  “I hired Tom as a consultant in the late Fall Read more…

Article One Partners Releases ‘Spotlight’ for AOP Connect

Article One Partners, the world’s largest patent research community and pioneer in crowd-based prior art searching, is proud to announce the latest release of AOP Connect: Spotlight. Spotlight is a new highlighting tool that allows researchers to identify the precise text or images that apply to a given research requirement. It also allows clients to modify Read more…

Join AOP at the IPO Annual Meeting

If you need an IP refresher after this summer, check out the IPO Annual Meeting! Held at the Hyatt Regency in Chicago, IL from September 27-29, the IPO Annual Meeting is a great opportunity to brush up on best practices and receive expert advice from IP professionals. The IPO Annual Meeting will feature key note addresses by Read more…

Response to “A Question of Utility”- Guest Post by Marshall Phelps

The Economist published an essay roughly two weeks ago titled “A Question of Utility.” In it, the article makes claims  that “society as a whole…would be better off with no patents,” listing previous patent abolitionist arguments, and citing sources such as a 2004 study by America’s National Academy of Sciences, and the 2012 paper for Read more…


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