Author Archives for ktMINE

Based in Chicago, IL, ktMINE collects, organizes, and connects transactional and IP data to help you quickly and confidently perform research. ktMINE then take that data and turn it into real, actionable insights. Because ktMINE believes that there’s a big difference between data and intelligence.

ktMINE and AutoHarvest Partner to Foster Innovation

Chicago, IL, July 31, 2012 – ktMINE, a global intellectual property data and information services firm, announced today that it has entered into a partnership with the AutoHarvest Foundation. AutoHarvest is a membership based organization which provides transportation and advanced manufacturing industry OEMs, suppliers, entrepreneurs, universities and national research labs, an integrated platform for information sharing.

Comment on Notice: Development of the Joint Strategic Plan on Intellectual Property Enforcement

Co-authored by David R. Jarczyk and Jeffrey Cozzo, this article provides a strategic recommendation for the Office of the U.S. Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator, Executive Office of the President, in regards to a new Joint Strategic Plan on Intellectual Property Enforcement. Versions Published In: July, 2012 regulations.gov Read Full Article

David Jarczyk Named IAM 300 Leading IP Strategist

London (12th June 2012) – The world’s leading IP strategists are named today in a unique guide published by Intellectual Asset Management (IAM). After a year in which IP disputes and deal-making have been front-page news in the mainstream media, the IAM Strategy 300: the World’s Leading IP Strategists identifies individuals whose key skillset is working with IP owners

ktMINE Launches New Website

Chicago, IL, February 20, 2012 – ktMINE, a global intellectual property information services firm, announces the launch of the new ktMINE.com website. The website was updated to accommodate several key features that will help visitors more quickly learn how ktMINE can support their particular needs.  The new site includes Quick Links to content that answers

Replacing the 25% Rule: A Guide to Finding and Analyzing Royalty Rates

Authored by David R. Jarczyk, this article discusses present and potential ramifications of the Uniloc USA, Inc. v. Microsoft ruling globally and provides guidance for finding and analyzing fact-based evidence from third party license agreements to determine a reasonable royalty rate that can withstand scrutiny. Versions Published In: December, 2011 issue of the Licensing Executive Society International

Anatomy of An Intangibles License Agreement

Co-authored by David R. Jarczyk and Daniel T. Jarczyk, this article address the challenges analysts face when trying to locate key licensing terms from within intangibles license agreements that vary in size, structure, and intricacy. David and Daniel leverage their insights from analyzing more than 40,000 intangibles license agreements to provide guidance that can help analysts more efficiently and