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On-Demand Webinar


Patent data provides valuable information that isn’t available from other sources, yet many of the business, legal or technology stakeholders who it can benefit aren’t using it to inform their decisions or strategy.

Patent data can provide unique insights into:

  • How a competitor’s strategy is evolving.
  • How emerging technologies are enabling new business models.
  • How new inventions from unexpected sources are creating freedom to operate (FTO) and litigation risk.

Though the advantage available is clear, the path to realizing it can be challenging. There is a wealth of available data, but the challenge is in extracting what’s valuable from what’s available, and crucially then refining that into actionable insights that are tailored to the needs of the stakeholder groups they inform.

In this session we will explore how creating a comprehensive patent monitoring program not only delivers timely, comprehensive patent information relevant to specific stakeholder groups, but crucially also contextualizes this within your IP landscape to make it truly actionable.





Shayne Phillips

Managing Member of Six Points Consulting, LLC

Shayne Phillips has been working in the intellectual property (IP) arena for over twenty years, particularly in the areas of IP-related competitive intelligence and technical patent and nonpatent literature searching. Ms. Phillips began her career at Procter & Gamble (P&G) in Cincinnati, Ohio, working as a Technical Assistant in Corporate New Ventures. She then moved to the IP-practice group of Dinsmore & Shohl (also in Cincinnati), working as a Technical Consultant, providing both patent application prosecution support and IP litigation assistance. Following her time at Dinsmore & Shohl, Ms. Phillips joined Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) as an Editorial Analyst in the Mammalian Hormones Document Indexing Group. In 2002 she transitioned to the role of Applications Specialist at CAS, specializing in advanced STN training, focusing on protein and gene sequence searching in particular. In 2004, Ms. Phillips joined Halliburton, working in their Intellectual Asset Management group as both the head of IP Competitive Intelligence and as a Senior Patent Liaison for the Cementing and Multichem Product Service Lines. Currently, Shayne is both the Founder of, and a Managing Member of, Six Points Consulting, LLC, based in the Houston metro area. Ms. Phillips holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Youngstown State University, a Master of Science degree in Biochemistry from the University of Cincinnati, and a Master of Business Administration degree from Capital University in Columbus, Ohio, and is also a registered US Patent Agent.



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Daniel Surwit

Principal, IP Intelligence at Clarivate

Daniel Surwit, an Innography product expert, has been working with innovators and patent owners for over 5 years to understand their IP challenges and demonstrate the value of Innography product offerings and provide solutions. Daniel has been fortunate to work with business, IP and R&D professionals across a range of industries and disciplines, from Fortune 50 companies to startups. His work with clients has focused on how to use patent intelligence to effectively answer their most pressing business questions. Before joining Innography, Daniel was a Licensing Associate for MPEG LA and a Business Analyst at the University of Texas at Austin’s Office of Technology Commercialization (OTC). Daniel holds a Master of Science in Technology Commercialization from UT-Austin and undergraduate degrees in Political Science and French from Wake Forest University.


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