envision
ip
Call us:
intellectual property law
Expert Prior Art and Invalidity Analysis

Trusted for high-stakes litigation and IPR proceedings.

Learn moreContact us
Specializing in the Art of Patent Valuation

Built on mathematical modeling, and relied on for M&A, asset transfer, and financing transactions.

Learn moreContact us
Due Diligence that Drives IP Transactions

In your corner to navigate patent quality, claim scope, and price guidance.

Learn moreContact us
We specialize in patent quality.

Envision IP is a boutique law firm that provides in-depth technical research and legal analysis. Our services assist clients with determining the quality of patents in terms of validity, value, infringement, and claim scope.

Legal and technical expertise.

Our clients include early stage ventures to multinational companies, law firms that require technical prior art searching and analysis, and buy and sell side parties in IP-based M&A and financing transactions.

Our Services
We are attorneys, patent agents, and former USPTO examiners with
subject matter expertise
Have a question or need help?
Contact us now for a free consultation.

Thank you! Your submission has been received!

Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form

Latest Insights from PatentVue

Roku Grows Patent Portfolio Through Innovation
November 26, 2017

Last month, Roku Inc. debuted on the NASDAQ, with its shares skyrocketing 67% from its IPO price at $14 per share. Over the last few weeks, Roku’s stock has continued its ascent, most recently closing at just shy of $40 per share. The company operates a television streaming platform, and allows users to personalize content, and also monetizes its service through ad-supported channels. Continue Reading

IBM Attracts All Types of Patent Buyers
September 13, 2017

In our continuing coverage of acquisitions and transfers of IBM patents, Envision IP analyzed recent IBM patent assignments from 2016 through 2017. Our previous analysis included IBM patent transfer through 2015. At that time, notable acquirers of IBM patents included Google, Alibaba, Twitter, and Facebook, with the latter three coming off IPOs in recent years. Continue Reading