Adapt IP assists defensive patent aggregation organization in selling 60+ patents that it had previously acquired on behalf of its members. The patent portfolio included assets that broadly relate to networking, e-commerce, media delivery, location-based services and telecommunications.
Adapt IP completes the sale of numerous patent families related to media and content delivery assets under the management of a leading patent law firm.
Adapt IP completes the sale of a patent portfolio with broad applicability spanning location based services, networking, and content delivery / management. Adapt IP has closed over 15 deals on behalf of this patent innovation group over the past 3 years.
Adapt IP completes the sale of a patent portfolio related to automated, location based “check-in” networking functionality as well as technologies related to collaborative image sharing and rendering within a local area network.
Adapt IP completes the sale of a patent portfolio related to automotive imaging systems used for gesture-based vehicle controls and safety applications.
Adapt IP completes the sale of IP relating to integrating numerous computer resources, e.g., applications and databases and to the sharing of data and business processes among connected data applications and data sources regardless of technology or location. Adapt represented the Fortune 100 seller.
Adapt IP Joins CPA Global and Innography to participate in Ignite! 2018 on November 4 – 7 in Austin, TX. Adapt IP Founder and President, Grant Moss, will be presenting insights on the topic: “Friend or Foe: Finding the Right Licensing Partners”. For more information, please visit: https://www.cpaglobal.com/ignite2018.
Our client, a publicly-traded defense contractor completed the sale of a patent portfolio related to wireless and semiconductor technologies. Details of the transaction are to be kept confidential.
Haywood Street is a United Methodist mission congregation and faith-based nonprofit founded in 2009 by Rev. Brian Combs based in Asheville, North Carolina. Core programs include weekly worship, a clothing closet, community garden, a free community lunch known as the Downtown Welcome Table, and Haywood Street Respite, which offers a safe place for adults experiencing homelessness to stay on a short term basis after being discharged from a hospital. Those who eat and worship together at Haywood Street are individuals carrying all their worldly possessions in ragged backpacks as well as privileged professionals, stay-at-home moms, students and the working poor. Visit http://haywoodstreet.org/ for more information.
Adapt IP completes the sale of a patent relating to the peer to peer distribution of content in a client-server network architecture.