Presentation on theme: "SLA – Embedded Librarians Denver, 2007 James L. Grant GLIST – Global Legal Information Science Team Pfizer Corporate Legal Patent Department La Jolla,"— Presentation transcript:
SLA – Embedded Librarians Denver, 2007 James L. Grant GLIST – Global Legal Information Science Team Pfizer Corporate Legal Patent Department La Jolla, CA, 92037
Working with Intellectual Property IP – Space Trademarks Copyrights Patents
Patents & Pharmaceuticals Making a Difference, …One Patient At a Time
The Business ModelCreating and Managing a Patent Information Group in a Global Environment Donna Kaye Wilson, World Patent Information, pp 136-139Creating and Managing a Patent Information Group in a Global Environment Collaborating with Research Scientists & other I.S. Patent Attorney PGRD Information Scientist GLIST Information Scientist Research Scientist
Alignment along Corporate Goals Pfizer Inc. To be the worlds most valued company to patients, customers, colleagues, shareholders, business partners and the communities where we work and live. GLIST To thoroughly interrogate prior knowledge and anticipate future developments to protect and insure Pfizers leadership position and intellectual property portfolio. We accomplish this by providing high quality search results and analysis.
Business Information Basic COMPANY INFORMATION, such as address, telephone number, and company officials, and key financial data like 10-K reports. Company and industry news, including introduction of new products, sales, increases in research and development spending. Analyst reports on companies, an industry, or a specific country. Detailed market research on specific industries or companies. Product information, such as new product launches. Information on mergers, acquisitions, alliances, and partnerships.
Working With Patent Information Other uses for Patent Analysis and Mapping include: Identifying emerging technologies and trends, including an analysis of the rate of development of a technology Revealing gaps in a technology which could be new development opportunities Observing when a competitor abandons a technology Assessing the risk of infringement (providing information to attorneys) Monitoring competitors activities, including new players entering a market Detecting possible partnering opportunities The War of Patents Information and Competitive Intelligence Monday, December 18, 2006, by: Vinod Kumar SinghVinod Kumar Singh
Valuable Opportunities Triumphs and Trials in Tech Transfer As tech transfer offices sprouted, they became increasingly valuable to their home universities. In some cases, the benefit to the university was completely financial, such as the gene insertion patents that have made more than $300 million for Columbia University. That money can be funneled back into research, or into startup packages to lure prestigious recruits to the institution. At Wisconsin, we have this billion-dollar endowment that has been generated entirely out of patents, says Handelsman. The quality of life in science at UW is a lot better than at a lot of universities [because of that]. A number of her students, for instance, have been supported by fellowships offered through Wisconsins tech transfer arm. From Stigma to Street Cred: Tech Transfer Is Gaining Ground Genome Technology, March 2007, by Meredith Salisbury
Other Roles Corporate Portals Knowledge Sharing…across the corporation US and International Patent Offices Derwent Abstracts via the DIALOG Intranet Toolkit Pipeline Data via the DIALOG Intranet Toolkit LexisNexis® Research Westlaw®Information