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The blockchain way to intellectual property management
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Bernstein Dec 14
Many thanks to for the opportunity to talk about intellectual property and blockchain together with , , and . Brilliant speakers and an amazing audience.
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Bernstein Nov 13
Congrats Christophe!
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Steffen Ganders Nov 9
Ebenfalls in Kalifornien bei der : Der Sonderpreissieger der , die mit dem gezielten Einsatz von die Urheberrechtsthematik neu regeln .
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Bernstein Nov 2
From Nov 5th to 8th, the team will be in San Francisco for the Samsung Developer Conference. Legaltech and IP folks in town visit us and let's talk about the impact of blockchain on your practice. Thanks !
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Bernstein Oct 29
Connecting blockchains to the real world requires "oracles". And this is a big problem, one that "most of the crypto and blockchain-enthusiasts are hardly aware". Alexander Egberts on
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Bernstein Oct 29
How can I tag someone in a LinkedIn post from the Buffer interface?
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Bernstein Oct 25
The easiest way to get an official Chinese timestamp for your IP assets! Soon available from Bernstein. Along with Bitcoin and EU certificates.
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Bernstein Oct 22
"Ultimately Blockchain could be more impactful on the IP industry than it has been even to the financial services industries. The challenge will be in creating the right adoption path for the technology." by
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Bernstein Oct 16
IP management is changing. Kudos to Christoph von Praun, partner at Betten&Resch, who advises clients on how to use the blockchain to protect trade secrets related to technology and software. /cc
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Bernstein Oct 2
Are LegalTech services creating new data silos? Probably, but this a fair price to pay for having data processed, certified and stored on public infrastructures (blockchain, IPFS, ...). This is how is designed.
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Bernstein Sep 28
"Trade secret holders are most affected by the lack of documents, which are sealed and time-proofed (i.e. which have an actual certified date of creation)." And there is a blockchain for that! An interesting analysis by -
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Bernstein Sep 18
RT : Last but not least: Der Sonderpreis der geht an das Team von Bernstein. Erfinder einer Blockchain-Lösung, die geistiges Eigentum wie Innovationen in Unternehmen schützen soll.
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Bernstein Sep 18
Proud and happy to announce that Bernstein is the winner of the and Innovation Award in the category "Future Data Intelligence".
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Bernstein Sep 11
China Supreme Court says blockchain evidence are valid in legal disputes. The new rules come into effect immediately. Amazing.
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Bernstein Aug 28
We are happy to announce Bernstein partnership with Unitrust, the official Chinese timestamping authority. Here is a picture of the signing ceremony that took place yesterday in Beijing. Exciting times ahead!
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Bernstein Jul 31
sending plaintext password in the confirmation email! seriously?!
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Bernstein Jul 3
Thanks to for the nice event!
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Bernstein Jun 29
Are blockchain certificates accepted in court? A Chinese court just ruled on a copyright infringement case using evidence registered on the bitcoin blockchain.
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Bernstein Jun 29
A meetup in Tokyo all about Bernstein, intellectual property and blockchain. Thanks to and for hosting it!
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Bernstein Jun 20
Bernstein and jointly announced an exclusive partnership to bring blockchain-based solutions for securing IP to Swiss innovators.
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