Patents and Strategic Inventing by Nicholas Nissing
The Corporate Inventor's Guide to Creating Sustainable Competitive Advantage

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A true original—the first practical guide to patents written specifically for corporate scientists, engineers, and product developers

Patents and Strategic Inventing spells out exactly what a typical corporate inventor needs to know about patents and patent strategy, as well as how these topics can be used to guide the creation of new products. It explains in clear, easy-to-understand language how to secure patents that deliver the most possible value to the organization and build legal protections into properties from the outset.

Nicholas Nissing was an inventor at Procter & Gamble, founded the consulting firm Luminosity LLC, which focused on new product development and patent strategy for large corporations, and is currently the Biotech Competitive Strategy Lead at the Monsanto Company and an adjunct professor at Washington University.


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Nicholas Nissing has a substantial background in the corporate patent strategy field. Currently, he is the Biotech Competitive Strategy Lead at the Monsanto Company, an adjunct professor at Washington University, and a registered patent agent.
Published September 26, 2012 by McGraw-Hill. 257 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Education & Reference, Professional & Technical, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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