Intellectual property underpins many of the most important motors of the 21st century global economy. The way patents and other IP assets are deployed can have a significant impact on their owners’ competitive positions, their profitability and shareholder returns.
IAM is the leading global platform focusing on IP value creation and IP as a key business asset. It is the trusted source for news, analysis and data primarily for IP corporate leaders, offering daily coverage of breaking stories, as well as in-depth reports on issues that have an impact on the creation of IP value within and across sectors. It dives into key datasets to offer unique insights and forward-looking analysis on emerging trends.
Docket Navigator is the world’s most comprehensive intelligence platform covering the key US patent litigation market. Every suit at every federal district court is hand-coded with up to 29 different data fields, creating a detailed, accurate and comprehensive picture of all cases wherever in the US they are filed. In this way, both rights holders and practitioners can stay up to date, monitor business opportunities and improve strategic outcomes.
IPBC is acknowledged as the world’s pre-eminent IP business event, attracting high-level delegates from industry, finance and investment, the law, academia and government, as well as IP intermediaries and aggregators. Together with other IAM events, they bring together senior decision-makers to discuss cutting-edge IP value creation, policy and strategy issues to ensure high-level and effective networking, benchmarking and learning opportunities.
IAM’s proprietary data on law firm performance, gathered over two decades as part of our comprehensive research processes for the Patent 1000 and Strategy 300 guides, allows users to compare themselves against competitors and identify opportunities for growth.
IAM is universally acknowledged as the world’s leading IP business media platform.
News and Analysis
The insight and intelligence IAM provides is topical, timely and continually thought-provoking for its subscription-based readership. Editorial quality and integrity are paramount. The quality of the editorial is guaranteed by an in-house team, based in London, Hong Kong and Washington DC, with long-established journalistic track records in the specialist IP and business press, including on titles such as the Wall Street Journal and the Financial Times. A number of articles are also commissioned from leading figures in the IP business world.
IAM also publishes a weekly email with over 27,000 subscribers. It comprises a summary of popular content and jurisdiction-based international reports from leading law firms. The website hosts a fully searchable archive of all articles and supplements published.
Docket Navigator monitors, categorises and provides attorney-written summaries of all US patent litigation, creating the most detailed, most accurate, and most comprehensive litigation intelligence platform available. Docket Navigator allows users to chart a path to the best possible outcome with accurate, detailed and configurable analytics based on multiple data points, including sector, patent, patentee, challenger, law firm, court or judge.
For 14 years, IAM’s flagship event, IAM Global, has hosted the world’s top corporate IP executives, policy experts, dealmakers, senior finance professionals and service providers for three days of unrivalled content and networking opportunities.
With high-level discussion on key policy, business and legal developments, IAM explores how to maximise IP value in an ever-changing global market.
The IAM Patent 1000 is commonly regarded as the definitive ‘go-to’ resource for those seeking to identify world-class, private practice patent expertise and leading expert witnesses in the US. IAM undertakes an exhaustive qualitative research project each year to identify outstanding firms and individuals across multiple jurisdictions. When identifying the leading firms, factors such as depth of knowledge, market presence and the level of work on which they are typically instructed were all taken into account, as well as positive peer and client feedback.