How Our Products Protect You
Need Protection From Lawsuits?
With our IP Defense Insurance policy, we protect your company from accusations of infringement. With litigation fees that can cost you upwards a million dollars or more, of your hard-earned monies, why assume all of the financial risk yourself?
Need Protection Against Infringers?
With our IP Enforcement Insurance policy, we help you protect your company's valuable patents and copyrights that you worked and invested so much for, helping you stop copycats from stealing your just rewards.
Need Funding While Protecting Equity?
With our Collateral Protection Insurance (CPI) policy, we insure the value of your IP to use as collateral for a loan, helping you obtain millions in financing without having to give up precious equity. Your high quality patents deserve low-cost investment support.
Need Protection for Trade Secret Theft?
With our Unauthorized Disclosure Insurance policy, we protect you from the financial losses that arise when your trade secrets and other proprietary information are stolen. As you rely more on trade secrets as patent protection becomes less reliable, don't let the value of your trade secrets be at risk.
IP Litigation on the Rise
How can you protect your intellectual assets?
Non-practicing entities (“NPEs”), often referred to as “patent trolls,” are companies that derive most of their revenue from patent licensing, rather than from operations. The litigation costs and settlement demands generated as a result of patent trolls can wipe out small competitors, which stifles competition, limits choices and drives up prices. Larger competitors can pass the additional, unexpected costs of patent troll litigation to the consumer. Patent troll litigation is not just a corporate problem; it is an issue for all consumers. Despite the current debate in Congress focusing on additional patent litigation reform, this recent surge in patent lawsuits further emphasizes that the risk of your company becoming embroiled in expensive patent litigation remains a very real threat that is not likely to wane anytime soon. Patent litigation will continue to be used as an effective tool for patent holders.
Troll Related Patent Litigation
Percentage of patent litigation is initiated by patent trolls
High Tech Litigation
Percentage of High Tech cases that are initiated by Patent Trolls
Rise in Litigation
Percentage of increase in patent litigation between 2014 and 2015
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Do You Know About IP Insurance? Free Webinar! It is essential to seek separate coverage for intellectual property (IP) risks. Join the industry experts at IPISC on May 18th to learn about IP infringement coverage! There is no other instructional tool available that gives you more focused expertise on identifying and managing IP infringement risk.[…]
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January 21, 2016 By: Chuck Baxter Don’t count out patents. Congress has considered as multiple new patent reform bills, but authorities and commentators are warning to not throw out the baby with the bath water. Tangible IP CEO Louis Carbonneau asks “Are Patents Getting Their Mojo Back?” and cites the forces pushing back on the[…]