Essentials of Intellectual Property: Law, Economics, and Strategy

By Alexander I. Poltorak; Paul J. Lerner | Go to book overview

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Alexander I. Poltorak is the founder, chairman, and chief executive officer of General Patent Corporation (GPC), an intellectual property (IP) management boutique focusing on patent licensing and enforcement as well as IP strategy and valuation. He is also a managing director of IP Holdings LLC, an IP-centric merchant banking organization offering IP-related financial, brokerage, and advisory services. He is the founder and president of a nonprofit industry group, American Innovators for Patent Reform. Alex Poltorak is a Certified Licensing Professional (CLP).

Dr. Poltorak has served as an assistant professor of biomathematics at the Neurology Department of Cornell University Medical College, as an assistant professor of physics at Touro College, and as adjunct professor of law at The Globe Institute for Technology, and has been a guest lecturer on intellectual property law and economics at the Columbia University School of Business and School of Engineering. He has a graduate degree in theoretical and mathematical physics from the State University of Kuban (Russia). He had been awarded a doctorate degree for his research in general relativity, which was rescinded for his anticommunist dissident activities.

Besides Essentials of Intellectual Property, Dr. Poltorak also coauthored Essentials of Licensing Intellectual Property (John Wiley & Sons, 2004) and contributed a chapter to Making Innovation Pay—Turning IP into Shareholder Value (John Wiley & Sons, 2006). He has also authored

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