PatentVue is New Name of the Envision IP Blog

Envision IP, a boutique law firm focused on patent research that enables better business decisions, has changed the name of its blog from the Envision IP blog to PatentVue.

PatentVue will provide the same timely stories that focus on original patent research related to technology deals and product innovations. Recent posts has included: “Alcatel-Lucent Patents May Bolster Nokia’s Patent Portfolio”, “IBM Patent Sales Show that it Addresses Diverse IP Needs”, Under Armour May Consider Strategic Patent Acquisitions”, “Blackberry Patents May be Lucrative to Samsung,” and “Xerox Patent Auction may Contain Standout Assets”.

Envision IP blog articles are indexed and searchable by topic on PatentVue at The blog welcomes guest contributors.

“PatentVue draws on the specialized research that we conduct at Envision IP to deliver timely, original analysis surrounding patent portfolios, with a focus on patent-based transactions and patent valuations,” said Maulin Shah, Managing Attorney of Envision IP. “It’s different from other IP blogs in that original research, not opinion, is at the heart of every story.”

PatentVue articles and Envision IP’s research have been sourced or cited by such media outlets as The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Bloomberg Business Week, CNBC, IAM and IP Watchdog.

About Envision IP

Envision IP is a specialty law firm that focuses on patent research and invalidity analysis.  Envision IP provides patent holders, law firms, buyers, sellers, licensors and investors with in-depth patent validity, valuation and transaction support services. The firm believes that targeted research, focused on the true scope and impact of patent claims, is essential for making sound legal, business and investment decisions. Envision IP’s clients include global 500 patent holders, national and regional law firms, and venture capital and institutional investors. For more information, visit


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