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IP... Frequently: A Not-Very Intellectual Business Podcast

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When humanity appears to be at its breaking point... Two men offer up their voices in the darkness! Leading the huddled masses into the safe harbor of good business practices, 80's music and headline news, we introduce the IP... Frequently podcast.

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Ep. 145 - The Great Delusion

IP... Frequently: A Not-Very Intellectual Business Podcast

Ep. 153 - God Save the King
Employees don’t want to go back to the office, they want to stay at home with a VR set on their heads as they queue in virtual lines at Disney World’s Metaverse experience. In other news, there’s been a throne change across the pond.
September 20, 2022
Ep. 152 - If you can’t handle the truth, just make it up
David takes a resort vacation and advises against taking slide #2. In US politics news, Biden takes a 40% approval victory lap, and Trump calls on the FBI to overturn the election and appoint him. And finally, a new way to understand your cat.
September 13, 2022
Ep. 151 All this Paranoia on the Right
Right now we’re fighting for the soul of our nation. President Biden attempts to help us regain some degree of normalcy by calling out all the paranoia…on the right. If only the people on the right, including the semi-facists, would listen to reason.
September 06, 2022
Ep. 150 - Can anyone find a better man?
When it comes to world leaders, we’re all just looking for a better man (or woman). That includes leaders of the G7 nations, as well as other nations, like Finland. Tune in as Brad and David tackle the top issues that businesses need to know, including the diet of a top world leader. Sticking to this diet might just give you the energy to take your business to the next level.
August 30, 2022
Ep. 149 - Where Business Meets Health
In health news, the CDC eases guidelines on COVID restrictions and testing, a new Food Compass by Tufts University helps steer people to the right foods to eat, and certain massage parlors may be giving patrons more than what they bargained for. All that and more, only on IP…Frequently.
August 23, 2022
Ep. 148 - On Location
It’s a special on-location episode of IP…Frequently, featuring David, Brad, and their wives Emberli and Krista. Dispensing small business advice at every turn, they discuss the danger of emojis, the health-promoting effects of French fries, and a new app that encourages you to take a picture of your meat.
August 16, 2022
Ep. 147 - Which Witch is Which?
It’s another week of redirection and false narratives spewing out of the current administration. Two consecutive quarters of negative economic growth doesn’t indicate a recession, Speaker Pelosi isn’t using insider information to make millions, and Monkeypox is the most pressing threat in the country today.
August 09, 2022
Ep. 146 - A Dangerous Dangerous World
More and more people are feeling fear and imminent danger at least once a day. Peacocks are getting devoured by coyotes, pilots are abandoning their aircraft, brawls are happening at Disney World…are we cultivating a NOP (as Brad terms it), or is there more to the story?
August 02, 2022
Ep. 145 - The Great Delusion
The cost of cold cuts is too damn high, along with innumerable other consumer goods. But inflation doesn’t seem to concern the current administration, as they’re focused on far more pressing matters like fist-bumping tyrants halfway across the world.
July 26, 2022
Ep. 144 - Everything Going On Right Now
Pull out your dictionary and phrasebook, because there are a slew of things you need to cross out (can we say that?) if you want to hold yourself accountable for your linguistic infractions. Join David and Brad as they guide you on things you can’t say anymore (like picnic), and their Brandeis University-approved replacements (outdoor eating). And whatever you do, do not talk about breakfast tacos.
July 19, 2022
Ep. 143 - Current Events, Fine Art, and Haute Cuisine
A show that has it all…Brad and David deliver an expert analysis on current events, then move onto culinary news where hot dogs and giant snails are on the menu. Stick around for the art segment to learn about a person who was framed (literally) for committing a crime against a Van Gough.
July 12, 2022
Ep. 142 - A Potential Government Conspiracy
When a person suddenly dies, it’s tragic. But when a person inexplicably dies just before they are supposed to testify before a Government panel, something more sinister may be afoot. Join David and Brad as they delve into current events, conspiracies, and other issues that small business owners need to know.
July 05, 2022
Ep. 141 - Who Will Right This Ship?
American Airlines is having trouble getting people where they want to go, New Yorkers are no longer able to rent monkeys, and Texas contemplates secession (again)…who will right this ship? David and Brad might have an idea.
June 28, 2022
Ep. 140 - Hanging by a Thread
Inflation is through the roof, aliens are appearing at the Queen’s Jubilee, and we’re no longer allowed to say Monkeypox…no wonder we’re all hanging by a thread this week. Not to fear, David and Brad are here to steer us through the news that small businesses need to know.
June 21, 2022
Ep. 139 - Hey You
Like a van with a broken gas gauge, David and Brad drive prudently along the road of business advice equipped with a pen and a steno pad. On this road, Brad performs a soliloquy entitled “Hey You”, and in other news, we may have confirmation on whether banning is more severe than barring.
June 14, 2022
Ep. 138 - The Unvarnished Truth
Only on IP…Frequently is the truth dished out with no varnish on it whatsoever. Hitting wide-ranging topics, from boots on the ground DisneyWorld updates, to President and Dr. Biden’s fexting spats, to Collie’s battling an identity crisis, IP…Frequently brings you the plain, honest, candid, and unembellished truth, every single week.
June 07, 2022
Ep. 137 - Bye Bye COVID, Hello Monkeypox
The shadow of Monkeypox looms large over the US Economy with an increasing number of cases detected in the US. Are we headed into another lockdown, or will an impending asteroid make that question irrelevant? Learn the answer to that and more, only on IP…Frequently.
May 31, 2022
Ep. 136 - Best Cities to Live, Work, Shower, and Picnic
David has a disturbing encounter with his self-aware shower, but that won’t stop him and Brad from reporting on the important news affecting small businesses today. This week they cover the US News & World Report’s Best Cities to Live & Work, an unfortunate ordinance in Rome, and a space alien update.
May 24, 2022
Ep. 135 - The Ends Justify the Means
In a world reeling from fake news and sinister propaganda, the Disinformation Board is established to help us know what is and isn’t so. David and Brad discuss the merits of such a Board, as well as other business topics that small business owners need to know.
May 17, 2022
Ep. 134 - Director’s Cut with Kyle Gordy and Guest
Due to popular demand, David and Brad release the Director's Cut of the Kyle Gordy interview, featuring another special guest who approaches baby-making from another angle.
May 12, 2022
Ep. 133 - Be Pregnant NOW
It’s the first-ever pregnancy and baby-making themed episode of IP Frequently. David and Brad tackle the leaked Supreme Court ruling, then head across the pond to an unfortunate incident of porn in the House of Commons. At the climax of this episode, we meet special guest Kyle Gordy, who shares his story about helping women get pregnant all over the world.
May 10, 2022
Ep. 132 - Now, Free Speech Is In Danger
Celebrities everywhere are threatening to #cancel Twitter now that their version of free speech is in danger. And while that clown show progresses, a disturbing monkey show is taking place on the other side of the world.
May 03, 2022
Ep. 131 - Unmasked And Ready For Action
It’s a dangerous world out there, both in reality and in the Metaverse. Join David and Brad as they peel away their masks and tackle the pressing issues that every small business needs to know.
April 26, 2022
Ep. 130 - Believing the Narrative
We don’t need no thought control, but maybe if we believe the narrative coming out of the White House for long enough, their version of reality will come true. Until then, we have record inflation, a packed Supreme Court, and trouble on Neptune.
April 19, 2022
Ep. 129 - Two’s Company, Three’s A Throuple
David and Brad ponder the real issues impacting businesses in America. Will Elon Musk’s seat at the Twitter table be good or bad for the average small business owner? Is there any stopping Instagram’s prudish censorship of influencers in non-traditional relationships? Will Captain & Tennille make a comeback? Explore all that and more, only on IP…Frequently.
April 12, 2022
Ep. 128 - Best of IP Frequently
There are some segments so good, they have to be aired twice…this week’s podcast is a collection of those segments, curated by the bigwigs in the IP Frequently War Room. Catch up on UFO sightings, feral ferrets, the End Times, and more.
April 05, 2022
Ep. 127 - Terror on Nantucket
Biden springs into action, the mayonnaise wars commence, and David and Brad investigate whether it was an innocent mistake or an intentional act to deprive Nantucket residents of their packages.
March 29, 2022
Ep. 126 - 80's Song Bracket
Join David and Brad as they announce the winners and losers in the first ever IP…Frequently 80’s Song Bracket. In other news, the world is grappling with Putin on steroids, a plague of flying spiders, and homicidal camels.
March 22, 2022
Ep. 125 - All Crap, No Gas
America is short on gas, but the Biden administration isn’t too worried because electric cars are here to save the day. Moving on to state politics, Mayor Lori Lightfoot takes mudslinging to a new level. And unfortunately, the Big Apple again falls prey to The Feces Bandit, who slings something else entirely.
March 15, 2022
Ep. 124 - It's a Mistake
The world is standing up to Russia, and Putin moves his family to a Siberian underground city. Also, Brad saves David’s life by performing an on-air Heimlich, thus ensuring a future filled with more episodes of IP…Frequently.
March 08, 2022
Ep. 123 - An Unconventional 80s Hit
It's an unconventional song for unconventional times here on IP...Frequently. In this episode, Brad and David address peace in Europe, 13-month pregnancies, and they share a point of agreement with Caitlyn Jenner on at least one issue.
March 01, 2022
Ep. 122 - The Putin End and the Chump End
Join IP…Frequently hosts David and Brad as they discuss ornate 20ft long custom Italian-made gold-leaf tables, how to win a Nobel Peace Prize, pot brownies, and more.
February 22, 2022
Ep. 121 - The Beijing Olympics
It’s the Beijing Olympics, and “all hope is dead”, according to athletes as they’re escorted to their COVID-19 isolation camps. But hope is still alive on IP…Frequently, where we’re still free to discuss controversial topics like Joe Rogan and mask policies.
February 15, 2022
Ep. 120 - I Shot the Ferret, but I Did Not Shoot the President
IP…Frequently welcomes back Rob Clark, host of The Lone Gunman Podcast, to work towards resolving the one question on everyone’s mind - Who shot JFK? Also in this episode, David and Brad address how many emotional support ferrets are too many, as well as the merits of Minnie Mouse’s new sustainable pantsuit.
February 08, 2022
Ep. 119 - Monkey Business
The Wheel of IP is back this episode! Listen to David and Brad spin insights on viral outbreaks, the judicial branch, and giant house cats.
February 01, 2022
Ep. 118 - Cows, Octopuses, and Sleepy Chickens
 It's a veritable menagerie on this episode of IP...Frequently. David and Brad discuss 3-eyed cows, octopus rights, and a #trending culinary delicacy known as 'Sleepy Chicken'. 
January 25, 2022
Ep. 117 - Louis the Cocaine-Addled Poodle
This episode is dedicated to Louis, an unfortunate victim who mingled a little too closely with celebrities of the 70’s and 80’s.
January 18, 2022
Ep. 116 - Thank You For Being a Friend
David and Brad have a debate on what kind of bitters are suitable for a Rob Roy as well as other controversial issues on this episode of IP...Frequently.
January 11, 2022
Ep. 115 - It’s Time for a New Year
2021 is gone, but not forgotten. Travel back in time with Brad and David and enjoy some of the best segments of the previous year.
January 04, 2022
Ep. 114 - The Big Christmas Spectacular
David and Brad have spiked the IP...Frequently punch bowl with holiday cheer as they gather around the proverbial fireplace to celebrate the season.
December 28, 2021
Ep. 113 - MasterClass in Statesmanship
A favorite politician of IP…Frequently listeners is back in the news, regaling the public with her 2016 victory speech and also offering a new MasterClass that’s sure to be a hit. Also in this episode, Elon Musk takes a page out of Noah’s playbook.
December 21, 2021
Ep. 112 - Mr. President, I believe you’re on mute
Don’t open a newspaper, don’t click a link, don’t go to Facebook - David and Brad unpack everything that you need to know in one Stevie-Award-winning podcast. IP…Frequently - it’s like being vaccinated with the news.
December 14, 2021
Ep. 111 - Omicron
Omicron is out in the wild, and it presents a threat so severe that travel bans must be enacted. Yes, travel bans have been branded as xenophobic in the past, but there's a huge difference this time around.
December 07, 2021
Ep. 110 - Good Fences Make Good Neighbors
David takes a detour from small business advice to offer some neighborly advice with an incident related to a fallen tree and a damaged fence. Also, a potential superhero story in the making with former President Donald Trump receiving an honorary 9th-degree black belt.
November 30, 2021
Ep. 109 - The Thanksgiving Gobbler Episode
Brad and David gather around the table with a homemade turducken in IP…Frequently’s annual Thanksgiving Gobbler episode. Dinner topics include NFTs, inflation, fake French accents, and psychedelic toad venom.
November 23, 2021
Ep. 108 - Crumpets & Credibility
There’s a credibility crisis in the Biden administration, with more and more people saying “No, I’m not going to do that” to the increasingly burdensome COVID mandates that have dubious efficacy. And in stunning personal news, we learn that Brad has never had a crumpet.
November 16, 2021
Ep. 107 - Let’s Go Brad (and David)
Does JFK Jr. make an appearance at Dealey Plaza in Dallas? Brad and David send their producer to the scene to report back. Also in this episode, a recap of the Global Climate Summit, which hopefully will prevent Chicago from sinking.
November 09, 2021
Ep. 106 - The Grab Bag Episode
This week’s IP…Frequently features a veritable grab bag of segments, including the world-renowned and Bronze-Stevie-nominated “Barred or Banned”. Will David and Brad finally determine which prohibition is more severe? Tune in and find out.
November 02, 2021
Ep. 105 - We welcome stiff competition
In a normal world, nations maybe shouldn’t encourage military competition against other nuclear powers. But, as David and Brad point out, there is no reality anymore. Tune in to this week’s IP…Frequently, the last bastion of reality.
October 26, 2021
Ep. 104 - Everything that’s supposed to be up is down
It’s a roadshow episode, with David coming to you from the island of Nantucket, and Brad ensconced in his pied-à-terre in The Berkshires. This week, they discuss child actors with Vice Presidents, the worst sedition since the French Revolution, and whether high-school AP programs should be barred…or banned.
October 19, 2021
Ep. 103 - The Magic Coin
Enter into the land of the insane with David and Brad, where you get to make up your own truth, where roosters attack people on city streets, and where trillion dollar coins are a dime a dozen.
October 12, 2021
Ep. 102 - A Study in Ineptitude
In this episode, Brad and David discuss Hunter Biden’s paintings, the $368 Zillion debt-ceiling, and a questionable application of the 3-strikes rule.
October 06, 2021
Ep. 101 - TikTok Challenge
Someone’s making a soup sandwich out of our foreign and domestic policy. Also, Brad takes on TikTok in this week’s Barred or Banned.
September 28, 2021
Ep. 100 - Now on the Radio
Brad and David grow their media empire with the premiere of their radio show on CRN Radio, coinciding with their 100th podcast episode. This week, pop open a Zima with Brad and Bill Clinton in the Oval Office
September 21, 2021
Ep. 99 - The 99th Episode
Join the tens to hundreds of thousands of listeners worldwide (except for the city of Portland, OR) for the 99th episode of IP…Frequently. This week, David and Brad talk pot pies, the 100+ employee vaccine mandate, and the shocking lack of diversity in the new Taliban government.
September 14, 2021
Ep. 98 - Micro-agressions to Avoid
Things you’ll learn from Brad and David in this week’s podcast: $3.5 Trillion is a lot of money Mincemeat pie is disgusting How to think without an accent and avoid committing other micro-aggressions
September 07, 2021
Ep. 96 - Cuomo out. Taliban in.
It’s been a rollercoaster of a news cycle with Cuomo out of office, and the Taliban taking over Afghanistan. David and Brad give their incisive perspective on these events and more, only on IP…Frequently.
August 25, 2021
Ep. 95 - The Best of Summer 2021
It’s a “Best Of” episode! So grab a Zima, sit back, and let Brad and David walk you through some of the best segments of the summer.
August 17, 2021
Ep. 94 - 3rd Degree Coxswain
Special episode this week, recorded live from Martha’s Vineyard. The wives of Brad and David join the party, as well as a 3rd Degree Coxswain.
August 10, 2021
Ep. 93 - Looking for adults in Washington DC
This week Brad and David cover everything from artificial intelligence to the lack of intelligence in the U.S. government. Also, a new segment debuts: Invention Story of the Week.
August 04, 2021
Ep. 92 - Electric Eye
Brad and David deconstruct the quote, “And the question is whether or not we should be in a position where are why can’t the experts say we know that this virus…”. Also in this episode: Dead crusty birds, Olympics report, Donald Trump as Speaker of the House, and Venera 13.
July 28, 2021
Ep. 91 - Friendly Sharks, Bad Math, and Good Spelling
Sharks get a bad rap. Math gets a bad rap. Just about the only thing we can all support is the National Spelling Bee. In this first inaugural IP…Frequently Spelling Bee, David and Brad compete for spelling champion.
July 20, 2021
Ep. 90 - Coronapets
Now that animals can get coronavirus, David and Brad explore the troubling implications. Also in this episode, scandals in Haiti, the Olympics, and on the planet Venus.
July 13, 2021
Ep. 89 - Freedom is Complicated
Freedom isn’t free, but it sure is complicated. This week, Brad & David cover several consequences of living in a free society - lawsuits, voting, taxes, and words that we’re no longer allowed to use.
July 06, 2021
Ep. 88 - The Wizards of Woke
Brad and David are moving to the big leagues with a new radio show this September! Now they’ve got to come up with a new show name, and while ’The Wizards of Woke’ would be the obvious choice, it’s a little too on the nose.
June 29, 2021
Ep. 87 - Big in Sweden
The numbers are in: IP…Frequently is big in Sweden. The Swedes, known for their sharp business acumen, look to David and Brad as authorities on unpacking current events that impact businesses across the planet (and the solar system).
June 23, 2021
Ep. 86 - Strength in Numbers
• 1,000,000,000+ cicadas invade the US • 18,700,000 tested in Guangzhou • 9 Venera probes reach the surface of Venus • 1 Preeminent business podcast by world renowned hosts, David & Brad
June 15, 2021
Ep. 85 - Wild Elephants
After taking a look at some of the Fauci emails, Brad and David come to the conclusion that the government might be lying to us. Also in this episode, a herd of wild elephants, an Indian wedding, and the Medina Spirit.
June 08, 2021
Ep. 83 - Wheel of IP
IP…Frequently shakes things up with David’s recent purchase of a game-show wheel that selects the segments. This week, we’re treated to Guess the Tweeter, Woke Report, This Week in Innovation, Newsreel, and more!
May 25, 2021
Ep 82 - Steven Segal, cyber terrorists, and more
Steven Segal, cyber terrorists, and a space probe eviscerated by the planet Venus…one awesome movie plot, or a podcast with David and Brad taking on the news that really matters? Tune in, only on IP…Frequently
May 18, 2021
Ep. 81 - Mask on, mask off
Mask on, mask off, mask on? In this episode, David and Brad take guidance from President Biden on when to wear a mask, such as when paying a visit to former Presidents. Also, an Intellectual Property topic makes the news with the vaccine IP waivers. Finally, don’t miss this week’s “Barred or Banned”, with Snow White’s kiss being the latest controversy du jour.
May 11, 2021
Ep. 80 - Woke Royals
Brad and David celebrate their newly acquired freedom now that fully-vaccinated people are allowed to be outside without a mask, as long as no one is nearby. Also in this episode, Harry and Megan (the “woke royals”) have $25M to spend on developing woke podcasts, will they make an offer to IP…Frequently?
May 04, 2021
Ep. 79 - Presidential Pole Position Finals
Caractacus and The Horse With No Name go head to head in the Presidential Pole Position finals. Also in this episode, Brad and David discuss the UFO over Canada, Venera 3, and social media monitoring by the US Postal Service.
April 27, 2021
Ep. 78 - J&J, the Baltics, and the Supreme Court
With the J&J vaccine out of commission, increased tensions in the Baltics…or Ukraine, and a potentially diluted Supreme Court, where is one to turn for guidance? The answer is right here, with Brad and David once again clearing a forest of lies with the machete of truth.
April 20, 2021
Ep. 77 - Super exotic and novel
The big Google v Oracle case is on the docket in this episode, and we learn that apparently you really can’t create software anymore without the large tech companies being able to steal it. Also, Brad and David discuss whether there are any foreseeable issues whatsoever with Elon’s desire to create super exotic and novel species of dinosaur.
April 13, 2021
Ep. 76 - Is $10 Trillion Enough?
In just a couple of months in office, the new administration is in the process of spending $4 trillion in a new infrastructure bill. Will that be enough? Join David and Brad as they pick through some of the important elements in the bill, including high-speed rail and sensitivity training. Also in this episode, a special segment: Guess the Tweeter.
April 06, 2021
Ep. 75 - A Visit to The National Croquet Center
Get yourself a Zima and a heaping platter of foie gras to best experience this week’s podcast, where Brad gets vaccinated and David visits the National Croquet Center
March 30, 2021
Ep. 74 - History doesn’t repeat itself, but it often rhymes
Why do people spend so much time watching the news? Join David, Brad, and special guest Bruce from the My History can Beat Up Your Politics podcast as they discuss current events in the context of historical ones. Also, reverse virtue signaling.
March 23, 2021
Ep. 73 - Pick Your Partners Carefully
Brad and David offer this sage advice for listeners - pick your partners carefully. That’s as true for business practices as it is for semi-royal unions. And in this week’s Presidential Pole Position, an intimidating horse makes it to the finals.
March 16, 2021
Ep. 72 - Sausage Scandal
Unless David and Brad get #cancelled yet again, they’re back with another podcast talking about a sausage scandal and a Shetland gelding matched up against Caractacus
March 09, 2021
Ep. 71 - The Making of a Good Boy
Sit and stay with David and Brad as they invite special guest Jeff Gellman of Solid K9 Training to the podcast. Jeff seeks to change the lives of families and their dogs, with a focus on stopping unwanted behaviors. Jeff also talks to how the pandemic has impacted him as a small business owner, and how he’s been able to pivot and thrive in 2020 and beyond. Check out Solid K9 Training at
March 02, 2021
Ep. 70 - Classroom Monitors
The teachers seem to be absent as schools increasingly welcome students back into their buildings. Not to fear, David and Brad are back again providing wise advice to students and people of all ages.
February 23, 2021
Ep. 69 Hashtag Cancelled
As scores of accounts continue to be #cancelled by Twitter, David and Brad again take issue with the platform (flashback: IP…Frequently got temporarily banned/barred a short while ago). And in the latest Pole Position, it’s George Washington’s horse (Magnolia) vs. Ulysses S. Grant’s horse (Cincinnati)
February 16, 2021
Ep. 68 - A Horse with No Name
It’s a sports-laden podcast this week with David and Brad covering the Super Bowl, WrestleMania, and a historical Presidential Pole Position with Zachary Taylor and William Henry Harrison on their respective horses. 
February 09, 2021
Ep. 67 - Commemorating Hank Aaron
Brad and David commemorate baseball great, Hank Aaron. After that, our new segment - Relationship Question of the Week - has a letter coming in from Hillary out of White Plains, NY. We’re here for you, Hillary…you can get through this.
February 02, 2021
Ep. 66 - 100 Days
At the start of Biden’s first 100 days, David and Brad provide some wise advice to the incoming administration.
January 26, 2021
Ep. 65 - JFK
What really happened on November 22nd, 1963? David and Brad bring special guest Rob from The Lone Gunman podcast to review the theories and supporting evidence behind the JFK assassination.
January 19, 2021
Ep. 64 - Welcome Back...Kotter
Welcome back! It’s a new year, and the boys up in the boardroom have made a few changes to the podcast, starting with a brand new intro, new studios, and a whole pallet of Zima.
January 13, 2021
Ep. 63 - Doctor who?
The #1 rated Intellectual Property podcast in 53 countries (and the District of Columbia) is back this week with David and Brad deliberating on what a doctor is and isn’t. Also, The McRib is featured on this week’s Stevie Award winning segment, Barred or Banned.
December 22, 2020
Ep. 62 - The Pinstripe Minute
We’re chock full of segments this week, including Name That Regulation, Pole Position, Time Machine, and The Pinstripe Minute. So sit back, grab an ice cold Zima, and tune in as David, Brad, and a special mystery guest provide us with more information than you ever thought you could want.
December 15, 2020
Ep. 61 - Wheel of COVID
After a post-Thanksgiving COVID checkup, IP…Frequently brings back the highly requested segment - Name That Regulation. This week, Brad is given Regulation 1504.01b. Can he name it? (Spoiler alert: of course he can)
December 08, 2020
Ep. 60 - Intellectual Property...Frequently
Intellectual Property…Frequently is back with fresh insights on Intellectual Property. This week, David and Brad discuss COVID-19 guidelines in California, Gov. Gavin Newsom, and Brads favorite part of the Thanksgiving turkey. As always, this podcast is brought to you by Intellectual PropertyEdia.
November 24, 2020
Ep. 59 - Election Meddling
IP…Frequently, the last bastion of objective truth. In this episode we look into a mysterious tweet from President Trump about Dominion meddling in the election. And don’t miss guest appearances by the better halves of David and Brad.
November 17, 2020
Ep. 58 - Electoral College
What do license agreements, the electoral college, and Thanksgiving side dishes have in common? They’re all on the docket for this week’s podcast, featuring David Pridham and Brad Sheafe.
November 10, 2020
Ep. 57 - Complete Recovery
IP…Frequently is relieved to announce that Brad survived COVID. Also in this episode - new regulations on celebrating Thanksgiving (disposable plates are a must), and more Twitter free speech woes.
November 03, 2020
Ep. 56 - The Conspiracy Episode
Who’s trying to silence Brad before the US Presidential election? In this week’s IP Frequently: The Conspiracy Episode, Brad and David discover potential collusion with the Ukrainians and unmask a Latvian bot ring.
October 27, 2020
Ep. 55 - Twitter Ban
We’re fresh off our Twitter ban from posting “unsanctioned” news articles…. In this weeks podcast, we announce the winners of the 1980’s song contest. Congrats to winners @HeyoBeMe @ChicagoPlaytime @Anqel_Garcia and Pat Conway!
October 20, 2020
Ep. 54 - Eddie Van Halen
Commemorating the life of Eddie Van Halen, a discourse on licensing the hit TV show ‘Dallas’, and reminiscing about Bartles & Jaymes.
October 13, 2020
Ep. 53 - The Pre-Halloween Episode
It’s the pre-Halloween episode with David and Brad announcing the best costume contest and, importantly, the bobbing for apples booth is still scheduled despite the current global pandemic.
October 06, 2020
Ep 52 - Caddy Day
A series of matchups in this episode: Groundhog Day vs. Caddy Shack, Gerald Ford vs. Jimmy Carter, and blimps vs. other forms of transportation.
September 29, 2020
Ep. 51 - The Best Breakfast Sandwich
In our newly famous segment, “This Week in Licensing”, Brad discusses the importance of wiring instructions in license agreements. David lightens the mood by reporting on the best breakfast sandwich he’s ever had (hint: it has a little bit of a runny yolk).
September 22, 2020
Ep. 50 - Microagressions
Microagressions, 1st amendment rights, and everything you ever wanted to know about Eugene V. Debs
September 09, 2020
Ep. 49 - Cheese curds, and the best font for license agreements
Our podcast is back after a little vacation from the tension and everyday calamities that are going on all around us. On this week’s episode we discuss the most appetizing way to prepare cheese curds, the best font for license agreements, and a segment that’s sure to be nominated for a Bronze Stevie Award: Time Machine.
September 01, 2020
Ep. 48 - This Week in Licensing
In this episode: Brad and David chime in on whether Tik Tok should be barred or banned. Brad’s old man, Larry Sheafe joins us again as we launch ‘This Week in Licensing’ Find out the significance of August 29th, 2020
August 18, 2020
Ep. 45 - Selleck, Skynet, and the Invention of the Week
Tune in this week for our new segment, Invention of the Week. This episode is sponsored by IPedia, the advanced AI patent engine that most likely won’t take the route of Skynet and precipitate the demise of humanity.
July 28, 2020
Ep. 44 - Beef Bourguignon Banter with Bob Burke
If you’re looking for a good beef bourguignon, or perhaps someone to take a saber to your champagne bottle, Bob Burke is your man. Sit back, relax, and tune in as Brad and David banter with special guest and famous restaurateur, Bob Burke.
July 15, 2020
Ep. 43 - Bocce Balls in Ancient Rome
In this episode, David Pridham travels to 100 BC with a partial Bocce ball set and makes his way to the Roman Senate.
July 07, 2020
Ep. 42 - Dodgeball with Jugglers
It’s the open-roof episode, where Brad and David discuss dodgeball with jugglers, President Abraham Lincoln, and Pippin.
July 01, 2020
Ep. 41 - Bats in the Belfry
Bats in the belfry, what makes this country great, and the difference between salad days and heydays
June 24, 2020
Ep. 40 - Brockton, Boxing, and Booze - Part 2
Back for more gripping tales by Bill Morgan involving Zima. Episode 2: Brockton, Boxing, and Booze.
June 14, 2020
Ep. 39 - Brockton, Boxing, and Booze
Gripping tales about the great city of Brockton, MA, the Irish Micky Ward, and Zima.
June 09, 2020
Ep. 37 - Man vs Horse
Expert analysis of Man vs. Horse, murder hornets, and other thorny issues
May 24, 2020
Ep. 36 - The COVID
Is there chaos in the land of IP? Tune in as David and Brad talk COVID-19 and a particular 80’s hair band
May 16, 2020
Ep. 35 – Back for the Fall
Check in with Brad Sheafe, Chief Intellectual Property Officer (CIPO) and David Pridham, CEO of Dominion Harbor, respectively, after their summer hiatus.
September 11, 2018
Ep. 34 – Scott Graham Interview
Check in with Brad Sheafe, Chief Intellectual Property Officer (CIPO) and David Pridham, CEO of Dominion Harbor, respectively. They interview Scott Graham, Journalist, ALM, The Recorder – on a bunch of IP related topics.
June 04, 2018
Ep. 33 – State of the State of IP, Perhaps as Real Estate
Check in with Brad Sheafe, Chief Intellectual Property Officer (CIPO) and David Pridham, CEO of Dominion Harbor, respectively. They make some prognostications on Intellectual Property in the near future – say 50 years out.
May 02, 2018
Ep. 32 – The Big One: Oil States and SAS Supreme Court Decision, Discussed
This is the Big One: Oil States and SAS decisions are in from the Supreme Court and Brad and David will break it all down for you.
April 26, 2018
Ep. 31 – The Facebook Bunker and Global Patent Licensing
Check in with Brad Sheafe, Chief Intellectual Property Officer (CIPO) and David Pridham, CEO of Dominion Harbor, respectively. They were on a bit of a break as they were trotting around the globe closing very large patent transactions with international companies. 2017 was a record year for patent licensing for Dominion Harbor and Q1 2018 shows no signs of slowing down either. On today’s IP…Frequently episode Brad and David take on the debacle that is Facebook and the fact that they have now allowed more that 87 million of their users’ date to be bought and exploited by politically driven data firms such as Cambridge Analytica. Mark Zuckerberg was trotted out before Congress this past week were he was grilled by the House and Senate on Facebook’s role in allowing third party firms to nefariously exploit users’ data. By and large he did an ok job with the grilling but only time will tell if he and his firm can deliver on the promises of change that were committed. Check out David Pridham’s latest article of Facebook’s Face Plant on Data and Patents
April 14, 2018
Ep. 30 – The Lost Episode: Ernie the Can Man, Gam Sweaters and Patrick Anderson, Special Guest
On today’s episode they have with them special guest, Patrick Anderson, CTO for Dominion Harbor. What tickled Patrick Anderson patent fancy: IBM receives the most patents again for the 25 year in a row; Hemingway’s 6 toed cats.
March 09, 2018
Ep. 29 – Part II: Interview with Patent Enforcement Iceberg co-authors Richardson & Oliver
Check in with Brad Sheafe, Chief Intellectual Property Officer (CIPO) and David Pridham, CEO of Dominion Harbor, respectively. And on this episode a special treat is we’ll hear from two IP industry leaders over on the left coast, Kent Richardson and Erik Oliver, who along with co-author Mark Lemley published the 2017 paper entitled, “The Patent Enforcement Iceberg which can be had for download here on SSRN. Settle in for a deep, and first ever two part interview. Since we know you are all Netflix & Podcast binge watchers and binge listeners we’ve posted both interview together. So grab that evening beverage and settle in for some downright IP entertainment by 4 IP luminaries. We missed you Mark – you would have had a ball.
January 31, 2018
Ep. 28 – Part I: Interview with Patent Enforcement Iceberg co-authors Richardson & Oliver
Check in with Brad Sheafe, Chief Intellectual Property Officer (CIPO) and David Pridham, CEO of Dominion Harbor, respectively. And on this episode a special treat is we’ll hear from two IP industry leaders over on the left coast, Kent Richardson and Erik Oliver, who along with co-author Mark Lemley published the 2017 paper entitled, “The Patent Enforcement Iceberg which can be had for download here on SSRN. Settle in for a deep, and first ever two part interview. Since we know you are all Netflix & Podcast binge watchers and binge listeners we’ve posted both interview together. So grab that evening beverage and settle in for some downright IP entertainment by 4 IP luminaries. We missed you Mark – you would have had a ball.
January 30, 2018
Ep. 27 – Positive Patenting & the PTAB: A Special Bonus Episode
On this episode a special focus on being positive here in 2018. We’ve seen too much negative patent rhetoric coming from those guys over at Unified Patents (all completely unfounded), the EFF and the much broader efficient infringer lobby. Well no more. 2018 your IP…Frequently hosts and their guests will make it their goal to put patents in a positive light. It’s just good for business and puts a smile on your face.
January 17, 2018
Ep. 26 – The Berkeley IP Law Master, Nick Gross
Check in with Brad Sheafe, Chief Intellectual Property Officer (CIPO) and David Pridham, CEO of Dominion Harbor, respectively. And on this episode a special guest appearance by J Nick Gross – THE Berkeley IP Law Master. Nick Gross 25+ years experience and involvement in IP/patent monetization pipeline, with tasks ranging from creation of new ideas, assisting with EOU and licensing, advising and legal consultation for enforcement in appropriate circumstances. Developed/prosecuted and assisted with transaction of key patent portfolios over the past 15 years including among others assets sold to Seagate (magnetic memories), Realtek (xDSL communications), Transmeta (microprocessors), Synopsys (negative differential resistance devices), Mediaqueue (content distribution), Invensas (non-volatile memories) Facebook (recommender systems), Prophet (social networking), Intellectual Ventures (search engines, spam detection, mobile) and Nuance (speech recognition/natural language systems). Named inventor on 45 issued patents and more than 50 pending applications, including in several key technology areas: 1) social networking: (sold to Prophet Financial Systems) 2) content filtering: (currently being licensed) 3) non-volatile memories: (sold to Invensas) 4) e-commerce site auditing/rating: (currently being marketed) 5) search engines: (sold to IV) 6) novel CAPTCHa using human voice: (available for marketing/licensing) 7) recommender systems: (sold to Facebook) 8) geo/temporal decoding of documents/messages, etc. for news, search engines: (available for marketing/licensing) 9) ad serving optimization: (available for marketing/licensing) The ‘510 and ‘234 patents have been cited 75 and 130 times respectively by the PTO as authority in their respective areas of content filtering and social networking. 2014 update: PTO Appeals Board found in my favor in 11/14 patent cases on appeal in 2013, almost 80%
January 15, 2018
Ep. 25 – A Patently Amazing Year in Review
Check in with Brad Sheafe, Chief Intellectual Property Officer (CIPO) and David Pridham, CEO of Dominion Harbor, respectively. And on this episode a special guest appearance by Matt Delgiorno, President of Dominion Harbor. As always, nothing is off limits and the guys take on Oil States case before SCOTUS, Andre Iancu – New Director in waiting for the USPTO, PTAB, of course: panel stacking, judges with obvious conflicts, maybe Congress will engage, the Federal Circuit among other tantalizing topics including the Jersey Shore in the summertime.
January 05, 2018
Ep. 24 – Patent Trivia, Blue Crab festival
Check in with Brad Sheafe, Chief Intellectual Property Officer (CIPO) and David Pridham, CEO of Dominion Harbor, respectively. Blue Crabs from Maryland; chewing on a fingernail. Patent trivia – fun with patents (FWP)
November 28, 2017
Ep. 23 – Licensing the Iconic Kodak Portfolio: Monetization Insights and the Clamfest
Check in with Brad Sheafe, Chief Intellectual Property Officer (CIPO) and David Pridham, CEO of Dominion Harbor, respectively. The guys start off with a review of the local clam festival. Iconic digital imaging patent portfolio from Kodak. Dominion Harbor acquired nearly 4,000 digital imaging patents from Intellectual Ventures early in 2017. It was acquired by Dominion Harbor’s wholly owned subsidiary, Monument Peak Ventures (MPV), is the current assignee to this vast and valuable portfolio. MPV continues to prosecute the Kodak portfolio with new issues on an almost weekly basis.
October 30, 2017
Ep. 22 – Sovereign Entities, Maine State Fair & Lacrosse Fantasy Leagues
Check in with Brad Sheafe, Chief Intellectual Property Officer (CIPO) and David Pridham, CEO of Dominion Harbor, respectively as they weigh in on the latest IP protection strategy in assigning one’s patent rights to legally protected sovereign entities in a last ditch effort to protect one’s patent rights from the Patent Trial and Appeals Board (PTAB). Specifically, they are directing their attention to the recent Allergan case where they have agreed to pay the St. Regis Mohawk upwards of $15M a year to maintain ownership of their Restasis drug patents in an effort to exclude their scrutiny of both the Federal court system and the PTAB simultaneously. Panel stacking – assigning specific Judges to specific cases in an effort predict or affect a particular outcome. Worse, the USPTO has gone on congressional record admitting to as much with not a hint of remorse or collusion guilt. PTAB – is not an Article III tribunal however it acts as one on ruling over private property issues e.g. Patents
October 16, 2017
Ep. 21 – More on PTAB, or Moron PTAB, You Decide
David Pridham and Brad Sheafe explore new revelations at the PTAB that continue to show the odds against the individual inventor remain stacked against them. They speculate about the outcome of Oil States before the Supreme Court (#SCOTUS) challenging the constitutionality of the non-Article III body and how it has chosen to operate. The good news is we have seen a trickle of Federal cases now overturn negative PTAB rulings – so there is hope. The PTAB admitting on the record that it, in fact, stacked the judges to insure a favorable outcome for itself. The judges of the PTAB recently named out of private practice are now sitting before former clients’ cases at the PTAB. The PTAB’s cavalier interpretation of patent law and precedent.
October 03, 2017
Ep. 20 – Anniversary Episode with Special Marshall Phelps Interview
Your hosts, Brad Sheafe and David Pridham are thrilled and privileged to bring you an intimate and illuminating interview with the esteemed Marshall Phelps. Marshall in addition to being, truly, the father (or Godfather as the case may be) of the modern patent era, has graciously agreed to be a member of the Dominion Harbor Board of Advisors. About Marshall Phelps Marshall Phelps is one of the leading figures in the field of intellectual property management and performance. He has pioneered many of IP’s leading strategies and best practices, and generated unprecedented results as head of IP business and strategy for IBM in the 1990s and then Microsoft in the 2000s. Marshall served as Vice President at IBM, and was responsible for overseeing standards, telecommunications policy, industry relations, licensing, intellectual property law and management of a worldwide intellectual property portfolio of more than 35,000 patents and 8,500 trademarks. He transformed a function that had previously been associated with overhead to a $2 Billion annual profit center. Prior to heading IP business, he served IBM as Director of Government Relations in Washington and as Vice President of Asia Pacific operations in Tokyo. From 2002-2010 Marshall was Corporate Vice President and Deputy General Counsel for Intellectual Property and Licensing, Microsoft Corporation. At Microsoft, his duties entailed worldwide management of the company’s intellectual property portfolio, patent prosecution, licensing, standards and business development. He facilitated Microsoft’s emergence as one of the world’s largest and most successful IP-related businesses with over 60,000 patents and applications, extensive copyright holdings and numerous trademarks. In 2006, Marshall was elected to the initial class of the Intellectual Property Hall of Fame. In 2001 he was founding partner with Nathan Myhrvold of Intellectual Ventures, the largest acquirer of patents worldwide. His book, “Burning the Ships: Intellectual Property and the Transformation of Microsoft,” was published in 2009 to much acclaim. Marshall has taught IP strategy at business, law or engineering schools at Duke, Cornell, UNC, Berkeley and in Japan. His latest academic foray will be teaching at USC this Fall. He also joined the first Dominion Harbor Board of Advisors in 2017. He holds a B.A. from Muskingum College, an M.S. from Stanford Graduate School of Business, and a J.D. from Cornell University Law School. Marshal serves as a director and advisor to multiple companies in and around tech and intellectual property.
September 20, 2017
Ep. 19 – Take Me To Your PTO Leader, Andrei Iancu
Your hosts, Brad Sheafe and David Pridham discuss the recent appointment of Andrei Iancu to be the new Director of US Patent Office, or could it be a more sinister Patent Czar? Listen in to learn why. They speculate on his new patent policies and whether he is in a position to begin to reverse so much of the damage to the US patent system inflicted upon us under Michele Lee and the Obama-era administration, starring your favorite tech company to hate, Google, Alphabet or whatever they call themselves these days aside from menacing threat to the individual inventor. From Bio Page of Irell & Manella LLP Andrei Iancu is the Managing Partner of Irell & Manella LLP. Mr. Iancu also practices full time as a member of the litigation and intellectual property practice groups. Mr. Iancu’s practice focuses on intellectual property litigation. He has also been involved in all other aspects of the intellectual property practice, including prosecution, due diligence and licensing. Mr. Iancu is registered to practice in the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. He has represented clients across the technology spectrum, including those associated with medical devices, genetic testing, therapeutics, the Internet, telephony, TV broadcasting, video game systems and computer peripherals. In addition to his practice, Mr. Iancu co-teaches patent law at the UCLA School of Law. In 2016, the Los Angeles Business Journal named Mr. Iancu Lawyer of the Year for firms with 75-125 attorneys. In 2017, he was selected as one of BTI’s Client Service All-Stars, a list of attorneys singled out for exemplary client service by corporate counsel at large organizations. In 2013, California Lawyer magazine named Mr. Iancu an Attorney of the Year in the area of intellectual property. The CLAY award, as it is commonly known, is given annually to California attorneys whose achievements had a significant impact on the law. Mr. Iancu was recognized for the large settlements he secured in 2012 for TiVo. Overall, judgments and settlements for TiVo resulting from patent cases against EchoStar, AT&T, Verizon, Microsoft, Motorola and Cisco resulted in total payments to TiVo of over $1.6 billion.
September 20, 2017
Ep. 18 – Not Dr. Roy on the Attack and Phi Delta Phu
Tossing offhanded rhetoric about a company’s intentions or motivations without any facts or insights is not proper and it leads to dangerous precedence – primarily with the uninitiated in the IP industry. Readers will just take these labels at face value and render an ill-informed opinion. Dominion Harbor has helps dozens of F500/G2000 companies and equally important individual inventors receive fair value for their inventions. Our advocacy is FOR patent and FOR inventors both directly against infringers, but equally important in the halls of congress and the courtroom. We invite anyone to see how much effort, technical and legal expertise our teams put into determining if we should move forward on an opportunity. Further, we wish we could share all the inbound inquiries from small inventors pleading for us to help them take on much larger firms whom they believe are taking their ideas; the rules are stacked against them and they require experts to help. This is the Techrights story that got the guys to come to know Roy Schestowitz – and his, nothing short of wild ,conspiracy theories. “Earlier today Benjamin Henrion pointed out that David Pridham, “CEO of the patent advisory [sic] Dominion Harbor Group,” now has a blog (even an attack on Google) over at Forbes. Dominion Harbor Group is a patent troll, not “patent advisory” or whatever euphemism they may choose. It’s also connected to Intellectual Ventures, the world’s largest patent troll. So what we have here are anti-Google articles from a man who is connected to Microsoft’s patent troll. Ain’t that just too shallow? Is he going to sue Google next? He recently got a big load of patents from Intellectual Ventures [1, 2]. Such patents can never be used against Microsoft because Intellectual Ventures is deep in the pockets of Microsoft and Bill Gates (at a personal capacity, too)…”
September 05, 2017
Ep. 17 – Google Paying Academics & Being Blocked On Twitter
From our recent IPWire blog post from Patrick Anderson on Unified Patents’ PTAB win record. As part of our ongoing series to factually expose the patent opposition’s effort of “de-propertization” of patents, I further breakdown Unified Patents as more the devil of patents than Saint Thomas More.  Last month, I posted a detailed breakdown of Inter Partes Review statistics relating to petitions filed by self-proclaimed ‘Anti-Troll’ Unified Patents. While I highly recommend you read that post, a few of the highlights for convenience: A paltry 34% institution rate (compared to about 71% for the PTAB overall) An Institution:Denial ratio less than one A substantially higher settlement rate than average Google Buys Academic to Support Their Anti-Patent Agenda The Wall Street Journal article exposing Google for paying for academic research that “independently” supports their anti-patent agenda. By Brody Mullins and Jack Nicas | Updated July 14, 2017 9:14 a.m. ET “Google operates a little-known program to harness the brain power of university researchers to help sway opinion and public policy, cultivating financial relationships with professors at campuses from Harvard University to the University of California, Berkeley.”
August 10, 2017
Ep. 16 – Professor Adam Mossoff George Mason Univ / co-founder CPIP
Discussion centers on the uncertainty in the United States patent system and the the “de-propertization” of intellectual property and those organizations that are driving a negative false narrative that patent trolls are ruining the system and the US needs to legislate a new solution. Adam Mossoff Adam Mossoff is Professor of Law at Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University. He is a founder of the Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property, and is now a Director of Academic Programs and a Senior Scholar. He teaches a wide range of courses at the law school, including property, patent law, trade secrets, trademark law, remedies, and internet law. He has published extensively on the theory and history of how patents and other intellectual property rights are fundamental property rights that should be secured to their owners and legally protected as commercial assets in the marketplace. He has testified before the Senate and the House on patent legislation, and he has spoken at numerous congressional staff briefings and academic conferences, as well as at the PTO, the FTC, the DOJ, the National Academy of Sciences, and the Smithsonian Museum of American History. His writings on patent law and policy have also appeared in the New York Times, Forbes, Investors Business Daily, The Hill, Politico, and in other media outlets. He is a member of the Public Policy Committee of the Licensing Executives Society, an appointed member of the Amicus Committee of the American Intellectual Property Law Association, and a member of the Academic Advisory Committee of the Copyright Alliance. He has served as past Chair and Vice-Chair of the Intellectual Property Committee of the IEEE-USA.
July 26, 2017
Ep. 15 – Adjustacam LLC v Newegg Attorneys’ Fees or Somali Pirates
IP Frequently – where, while always fair, nothing is off limits. We invite you to join the conversation. Today, Brad and David discuss the recent Adjustacam (subsidiary of Acacia Research) v Newegg case where Newegg was awarded legal fees. The also provide some depth on the Somali Pirate problem. Opinion Summary: AdjustaCam, LLC v. Newegg, Inc., __ F.3d __, 2017 WL 2854387 (Fed. Cir. July 5, 2017)(Reyna, J.), the Federal Circuit remanded a patent infringement case to the Texas trial court to grant an award of attorney fees against the patentee in favor of the accused. From the Opinion: “The district court abused its discretion failing to follow our mandate to evaluate the totality of the circumstances under Octane in the first instance. Moreover, [patentee] AdjustaCam filed a weak infringement case against [accused infringer] Newegg that became objectively baseless after the district court’s Markman order. The district court’s determination that AdjustaCam could reasonably argue infringement post-Markman is based on clearly erroneous fact-findings. AdjustaCam also unreasonably litigated the case by repeatedly serving expert reports and declarations at the last minute. The pattern of low and erratic settlements, though not determinative, reinforces a conclusion of unreasonableness. The district court’s conclusion that AdjustaCam reasonably litigated this case was clearly erroneous. Based on the totality of these case-specific circumstances, we hold that the district court abused its discretion in denying Newegg’s motion for fees.”  
July 17, 2017
Ep. 14 – Special Edition: Bloomberg View STRONGER Bill Article Response, Terrible Journalism
Bloomberg View Article Link HERE discussed in this our first Special Edition! Please join the conversation to make patents great again.
July 08, 2017
Ep. 13 – Where’s Deal Transparency, False Narratives or One Swift Kick
IP Frequently – where, while always fair, nothing is off limits. We invite you to join the conversation
July 01, 2017
Ep. 12 – IP Market Comeback, IP Bank for Startups and Rue McClanahan
IP Frequently – where, while always fair, nothing is off limits. We invite you to join the conversation
June 20, 2017
Ep. 11 – PTAB Malfeasence, Oblon and the Ethics Free Zone
IP Frequently – where, while always fair, nothing is off limits. We invite you to join the conversation
June 07, 2017
Ep. 10 – TC Heartland, Unified Patents Interview and the Crickets
IP Frequently – where, while always fair, nothing is off limits. We invite you to join the conversation
May 26, 2017
Ep. 9 – PIPCO Pivots, Innovation Innovating, not the Mafia
IP Frequently – where, while always fair, nothing is off limits. We invite you to join the conversation
May 17, 2017
Ep. 8 – An Inventor for USPTO Head, PTAB and Unmasking
IP Frequently – where, while always fair, nothing is off limits. We invite you to join the conversation
April 24, 2017
Ep. 7 – patent banter, USPTO 3 Key Employees, and President Lincoln
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April 19, 2017
Ep. 6 – patent banter, Mt Rushmore, Mt Rush-less of IP
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April 07, 2017
Ep. 4 – patent banter, Pharma, IPR Biz Model and Cargo Shorts
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March 27, 2017
Ep. 5 – patent banter, IBM IPO Sales, Snap Inc and Irish Inventors
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March 27, 2017
Ep. 3 – patent banter, Patent Troll Myth
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March 12, 2017
Ep. 2 – patent banter, LOT Network, OIN, MSFT Azure
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March 11, 2017
Ep. 1 – patent banter, Welcome, the IP Hall of Fame
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March 10, 2017