Podcast: Key considerations for establishing or enhancing a patent monitoring programme
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Podcast: Key considerations for establishing or enhancing a patent monitoring programme

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Matt Garver and Peter Mattei of CAS what information companies should be getting from patent monitoring programmes

In this episode, the second of a two-part series sponsored by CAS, we focus on the key considerations for establishing or enhancing a patent monitoring programme.

Matt Garver, IP search analyst at CAS, and Peter Mattei, senior IP searcher at CAS, are joined Managing IP's senior reporter Rani Mehta to discuss:

  • How do you determine what information you should be getting?

  • How do you act on the information?

  • How do you evaluate a programme’s success?

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As a specialist in scientific knowledge management, the team builds the largest authoritative collection of human-curated scientific data in the world and provides essential information solutions, services, and expertise. Scientists, patent professionals, and business leaders across industries rely on CAS to help them uncover opportunities, mitigate risks, and unlock shared knowledge so they can get from inspiration to innovation faster. CAS is a division of the American Chemical Society.

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