01.27.11

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Los Cárteles de Patentes A Monton: Movimientos de RPX, IPO, y Acacia. La Operación del Crimen Organizado se Mueve a Texas

Posted in Patents at 12:49 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

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Resumen: Nueva evidencia de que las potencias emergentes bajo la USPTO de hoy en día reinan pero no producen nada más que revolotear una gran cantidad de documentos legales.

Una entidad llamada RPX (Patentes “Racionales”) [http://www.rpxcorp.com/] a diferencia de la OIN – funciona de manera muy privada y se llama un “Plan de riesgo en torno a patentes, Firma de asesoramiento[http://techcrunch.com/2011/01/24/patent-risk-advisory-firm-rpx-files-for-an-ipo/]“- who acknowledge: patent litigation it is a business model.- En la siguiente noticia sobre su presentación para su oferta pública inicial:

“El Agregador de patentes “defensivas”” RPX (Patentes “Racionales” ), presentó un formulario S-1 ante la SEC el viernes, declarando su intención de salir a bolsa. De acuerdo a la forma, RPX está tratando de vender hasta 100 millones de dólares de sus acciones en una oferta pública suscrita por Goldman Sachs, Barclays, Allen & Company LLC y otros.

Microsoft también se encuentra entre los suscriptores de RPX, pero obviamente no es el de la OIN. Hemos encontrado la cobertura de esta noticia también en:

* RPX Planes para salida a bolsa de hasta $ 100 Millones De Acciones ordinarias[http://www.rttnews.com/ArticleView.aspx?Id=1533070&SM=1]
* RPX Corp. archivos de salida a bolsa posibles 100 millones de dólares[http://www.bizjournals.com/sanfrancisco/news/2011/01/24/rpx-corp-files-for-possible-ipo.html]
* Archivos de Patentes Firma RPX de salida a bolsa[http://www.seattlepi.com/xconomy/433994_xconomy120393.html]
* OPI RPX revela detalles financieros y paquetes de compensación[http://www.iam-magazine.com/blog/Detail.aspx?g=30b9b938-2907-4620-a19f-3ef6a2de3e9b]

RPX puede parecer bastante benigna por ahora, pero al igual que otros cárteles de este tipo, no hay garantías de que permanezca de esta manera. Entonces tenemos abiertamente hostilidad de tipo pseudo-cartel-empresas como Acacia[http://techrights.org/wiki/index.php/Acacia], que atacaron varias veces Linux recurrir a al litigio. Acacia parece estar mudandose cerca donde la abundancia de litigios de patentes se lleva a cabo. El título es incorrecto “Acacia Mueve Sus Licencias de Negocios a Texas[http://www.ocbj.com/news/2011/jan/25/acacia-moves-licensing-business-texas/]“, que implica que falsamente Acacia realmente hace “negocios” en lugar de EXTORSIONAR y LITIGAR.

Newport Beach, con sede en Acacia Research Corp. dijo el martes que su unidad se trasladó a Texas de licencia de patentes.

La unidad, llamada Acacia Research Group LLC, se ha trasladado su sede a Frisco, Texas.

El grupo tiene como objetivo “el desarrollo de negocios y actividades de concesión de licencias de carteras de patentes en una amplia gama de disciplinas de la tecnología”, dijo la compañía.

La empresa hace dinero mediante la adquisición de patentes, haciendo acuerdos de licencia y se percibe una reducción de las regalías de las compañías que parecen estar infringiendo en ellas.

Los agregadores/acaparadores como CPTN, Intellectual Ventures, RPX, y Acacia, ayudan y muestran el resultado de que a la USPTO ha ido mal. Este ‘cartelización’ de la industria impide que muchas nuevas empresas de los emerjans, por tanto impide la competencia, junto con la innovación, así como la creación de nuevas fuentes de trabajo.

Many thanks to Eduardo Landaveri of the Spanish portal of Techrights.

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