melbarnes
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September 27th, 2012 at 3:54:07 PM permalink
Cronos IP Solutions provides one service - monetizing patents. Our expertise in this area helps us achieve our mission - to generate significant revenue for clients from their patents. We offer our services only on a contingency basis. This means our fees are tied directly to the revenue received by our clients, which also ensures our interests are aligned with those of our clients.

Identifying which patents are being infringed by the world of products is an enormous task. Consequently, many patent owners do not have the resources, experienced personnel, or systems in place to implement such a program. As a result, tens of millions of dollars (or more) in licensing fees (or damages) go un-collected. The solution is our contingent patent enforcement service, which requires no up front fees.

We are not a law firm. Instead, we will hire as many law firms as needed and in the jurisdictions needed to enforce your patents. We will also make sure that the necessary funding is available to enforce your patents.

To be considered for our contingency patent enforcement service, you must own one or more issued patents.

Please understand that we are regularly contacted by persons who have no patents. Consequently, please include the patent number of at least one of your U.S. patents when contacting us. If none is included, we will not respond to your inquiry.

A U.S. patent number is seven digits and begins with 5, 6, 7, or 8 such as 8,123,564. A patent application (have a number such as 2012/1234567 or 13/135,235) is not enough because a patent application is not enforceable until it issues as a patent.

We do not offer patent prosecution services (helping clients get patents) or patent commercialization services (persuading companies to use a patented technology in order to generate royalties).

Contact Information:
Cronos IP Solutions LLC
2436 Tour Edition Drive
Henderson, NV 89074, US
Phone: 202-558-5355
Fax: 202-318-7456
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Mission146
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September 27th, 2012 at 4:00:57 PM permalink
I am not going to construe this thread as Spam because there are Game Inventors here to whom it may be pertinent. However, I am moving this thread to the Kiosk.
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MathExtremist
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September 27th, 2012 at 4:03:36 PM permalink
Three questions:
1) What is your contingency rate?
2) What assets or licenses, if any, do you require for engagement?
3) How many millions (total) did your clients receive over the past 12 months as a result of your contingent monetization services?
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buzzpaff
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September 27th, 2012 at 4:17:08 PM permalink
" The solution is our contingent patent enforcement service, which requires no up front fees."

A little weasel clause there, I think.
Wizard
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September 27th, 2012 at 4:23:53 PM permalink
I am not disparaging this particular service, but every time I had a patent approved I was bombarded with junk mail on services to market my patent. Sometimes they send a bill that looks like it is coming from some official government agency. I've always wondered specifically what these services do.
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DJTeddyBear
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September 27th, 2012 at 4:55:41 PM permalink
I recently got a letter from a company that wanted to help me... "manufacture, package and distribute my product, to get it on store shelves nationwide."

Yeah, I'd like to see them try to put Poker For Roulette in a box and stick it on a shelf at K-Mart.
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buzzpaff
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September 27th, 2012 at 5:04:57 PM permalink
" Yeah, I'd like to see them try to put Poker For Roulette in a box and stick it on a shelf at K-Mart. "

I will refrain from comment.
Buzzard
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December 21st, 2012 at 1:58:03 PM permalink
Quote: buzzpaff

" Yeah, I'd like to see them try to put Poker For Roulette in a box and stick it on a shelf at K-Mart. "

I will refrain from comment.



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Canyonero
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December 21st, 2012 at 2:22:03 PM permalink
Just reading this post makes me mad. OP - get lost from this forum.

These guys are just vultures feeding off of the broken patent laws. Destryoing SMBs by enforcing some obscure and ridiculous patents that shouldn't even exist in the first place.

Just to name a few:

you frequently change the logo of your website - they'll sue you (owned by Google)
your software has a page up / page down functionality - they'll sue you (owned by Microsoft)
your product has rounded edges and a flat surface - they'll sue you (owned by Apple)

It is a huge business done by worthless individuals making a lot of money while contributing absolutely nothing to economy or society.

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Ardent1
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December 25th, 2012 at 10:10:05 PM permalink
Quote: Wizard

I am not disparaging this particular service, but every time I had a patent approved I was bombarded with junk mail on services to market my patent. Sometimes they send a bill that looks like it is coming from some official government agency. I've always wondered specifically what these services do.



The same happened to me -- the junk mailings tipped me off my gaming patent had been approved.

Btw, it took over two years of trying to contact IGT before they are willing to talk to me about my patent. It is just a hard process for an individual inventors so services like this company may have some value.

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