Season 2, Episode 6. Billion Dollar Patents: Joanna T. Brougher

A triumphant invention needs more than just a patent. It requires a vigilant eye and a clear path to achieve success. Joanna T. Brougher shows us the way talking about her book “Billion Dollar Patents: Strategies for Finding Opportunities, Generating Value, and Protecting Your Inventions.”


Who Invented Oscar Wilde? Copyright and Photography – David Newhoff Intangiblia™

On the last episode of our second season, we have the joyful pleasure of interviewing David Newhoff to talk about his book "Who Invented Oscar Wilde?: The Photograph at the Center of Modern American Copyright". 
  1. Who Invented Oscar Wilde? Copyright and Photography – David Newhoff
  2. "Implied Licences in Copyright Law" – Poorna Mysoor
  3. Freelancing with value – Chris Brown
  4. Link to the soil: Dr. Andrea Zappalaglio – EU Geographical Indications
  5. Unique identifiers: Rodolfo C. Rivas – Trademarks and Internet Domain Names

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