Using proprietary analytics to understand risks and opportunities related to intellectual property.

Patent searches are a valuable way of researching existing intellectual property, but they are often expensive and incomplete. While they provide details and background about existing patents in a given space, much more information remains unknown.

Where are people innovating in my industry? In which other industries might a patent be viable? Who might be using a patent unfairly or illegally? What businesses might be interested in licensing or purchasing a specific patent? How strong is my patent relative to its value?

Randolph Square’s proprietary algorithms, developed over five years of research and coding, deliver comprehensive tailored reports on a specific patent, group of patents, or the landscape in which the patent is used. We can also assist in determining whether an idea is patentable. Our analytics help identify strengths and weaknesses of a given patent, applications in other industries, potential infringement, and more.

Patent Viability

Interested in learning if your idea is patentable? Our reports deliver information about patents surrounding a given idea, allowing you to better understand the landscape in which your idea exists, and if it’s original enough to patent.

Relevant Adjacencies

Our reports analyze how your idea can be used outside of your industry, how you can expand the scope of your patent to include other technologies, and find relevant competitors who may be interested in acquiring or licensing your IP.

Infringement Analysis

Our proprietary algorithm analyzes how intellectual property is used to report on potential infringement.

Case Study

We recently worked with a venture lender who had exposure to a significant mezzanine loan. After two years of forbearances, the lender hired us to evaluate the borrower’s patents. Within twenty four hours we provided our analysis that concluded that the patent portfolio was worth more than the total loan exposure. We were subsequently retained by the lender to sell the patent assets. Within three months, we had a contract to sell the patents for a full recovery of the loan amount. The lender ultimately decided to use the information we provided to employ a licensing strategy with the candidates we identified in our analysis.

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