Announcing the rethink(ip) blog

Posted by J Matthew Buchanan at April 8, 2005 07:49 AM

On the heels of an exciting ABA TECHSHOW and an amazing, thought-provoking experience at the first LexThink, we are expanding our project to include the rethink(ip) blog.

The blog is located at A full text feed is available here.

So what to do with the first post to the new blog? We talked into the wee hours about this at TECHSHOW, and decided to focus on the rethink(ip) project itself—what exactly is it?

Here’s our individual thoughts on that question:

  • Matt Buchanan: There’s always a better way, and you should constantly seek it. This is the most memorable piece of advice my father gave me. Rethink(ip) is part of my quest for ‘the better way’ in the delivery of intellectual property services. (Matt’s Announcement)
  • Steve Nipper In a broad context it is a collaboration between three patent attorneys from three competing, small "inland" IP law firms to get individuals, small businesses and corporations to rethink about everything "IP."  It's broken...let's fix it. (Steve’s Announcement)
  • Doug Sorocco: For me, its a mission to define better services that fulfill the underlying promise and value of intellectual property—the transformation of ideas into valuable business assets. (Doug’s Announcement)

You can see that the three of us are on the same page. We have lofty goals…nothing short of leading a complete revolution in the delivery of intellectual property services. We intend for the rethink(ip) blog to become the portal of information relating to the rethinking of intellectual property services.

So stay tuned.

As always, please send any comments and/or suggestions you have to

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Kevin Heller Says:

April 8, 2005 11:32 AM

The blog looks awesome guys. Congratulations and good luck with the endeavor.


Douglas Sorocco Says:

April 9, 2005 10:00 AM

Thanks Kevin! You have been doing some wonderful things as well. Keep it up.


Douglas Sorocco Says:

April 12, 2005 09:20 PM

A test.

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