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GPC Licenses DTL’s Key Cell Phone Patent to Personal Communications Devices (PCD)

Two Regional Wireless Service Providers Also License DTL’s Patent

Suffern, N.Y., August 3, 2010 − General Patent Corporation (GPC), a leading patent licensing and enforcement firm, announced today on behalf of its subsidiary, Digital Technology Licensing LLC (DTL), that it has licensed DTL's cellular communications patent to Personal Communications Devices LLC (PCD). In addition, two regional cellular service providers – Illinois Valley Cellular of Marseilles, Ill. and Leaco Rural Telephone Cooperative of Hobbs, Minn. – took licenses for the patent.

DTL owns U.S. Patent No. 5,051,799 (the ’799 Patent) titled “Digital Output Transducer.” The technology covered by the ‘799 Patent addressed Adaptive Multi-Rate (AMR) codec and other cellular communication standards, assuring backward compatibility of cell phone handsets and base stations. The ‘799 Patent also had applications in Bluetooth and other wireless devices.

"We are very pleased to add Personal Communications Devices as a licensee of the DTL Patent, and add Illinois Valley and Leaco to the regional carriers that have licensed the ’799 Patent," said Kathlene Ingham, GPC's Director of Licensing, “and we look forward to licensing the remaining companies in the industry.”

General Patent Corporation represents DTL in the licensing and enforcement of U.S. Patent No. 5,051,799. DTL brought patent infringement lawsuits against Verizon Wireless, Cingular Wireless, AT&T Mobility (Cingular Wireless is now known as AT&T Mobility), T-Mobile, Sprint and other companies. Equipment manufacturers Nokia, Ericsson, Sony-Ericsson, Samsung, Casio Hitachi Mobile Communications, Plantronics, Motorola and LG Electronics have licensed the DTL Patent. Lawsuits are still pending against Kyocera, Sprint and other companies.

Personal Communications Devices and Illinois Valley Cellular were not defendants in a lawsuit. Leaco Rural Telephone was a third-party defendant in DTL’s lawsuit with Kyocera in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York (CV 09-2567).

About Digital Technology Licensing LLC

Digital Technology Licensing LLC is the owner of U.S. Patent No. 5,051,799 titled “Digital Output Transducer,” which is now expired. DTL is a portfolio company of IP Holdings LLC and is managed by General Patent Corporation. For licensing terms, contact Kathlene Ingham at (845) 368-4000 x107. For more information, please visit www.digitaltechnologylicensing.com.

About IP Holdings LLC

IP Holdings LLC, an affiliate of General Patent Corporation, is an IP-centric merchant banking organization. IP Holdings provides IP-related financial services and IP brokerage services IP Holdings is a member of DTL. For more information on IP Holdings, visit www.ip-holdings.com.

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GPC Subsidiary Obtains Judgment against C-One Technology Corp.

Acticon Is Awarded Past Damages, Attorneys’ Fees and Pre-Judgment Interest

Suffern, N.Y. − July 28, 2010 − General Patent Corporation (GPC) announced today that it obtained a judgment of past damages, attorneys’ fees and pre-judgment interest in its lawsuit against C-One Technology Corporation − another victory in its patent enforcement campaign on behalf of its subsidiary, Acticon Technologies LLC (Acticon).

Acticon brought a patent infringement lawsuit against C-One Technology Corporation (C-One) of Taiwan in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California (Case No. CV 07-04507). After deciding the case in favor of Acticon, the Court found the case against C-One to be exceptional and ordered C-One to pay attorneys’ fees. Acticon was also awarded pre-judgment interest.

Another defendant in this lawsuit, PTI Global, Inc., which is the successor-in-interest to co-defendant Pretec Electronics Corporation, settled in 2009.

“After obtaining over 150 licenses and settlements, and bringing 27 lawsuits since 1997, we’re winding down the enforcement of these patents, all of which have now expired. We have one more litigation pending, and once that case is completed, we’ll call it a job well done,” said Paul Lerner, Sr. Vice President and General Counsel for GPC.

About Acticon Technologies

Acticon Technologies LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of General Patent Corporation, is a computer connectivity and communications technology company based in Suffern, N.Y. Acticon’s award-winning smart connector technology was based on U.S. Patent Nos. 4,543,450 (“Integrated Connector and Modem”), 4,603,320 (“Connector Interface”), 4,686,506 (“Multiple Connector Interface”), and 4,972,470 (“Programmable Connector”). All of the patents have now expired. For more information on Acticon, visit www.acticontech.com.

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Two General Patent Corporation Executives Named Among “The World’s Leading IP Strategists”

Alexander Poltorak and Richard Ehrlickman Are Inducted into IAM Strategy 250

Suffern, N.Y. – June 17, 2010 – Two executives in the General Patent Group of Companies, Alexander Poltorak and Richard Ehrlickman, were named among the World’s Leading IP Strategists. This list of the The World’s Leading IP Strategists is administered by Intellectual Asset Management magazine (IAM) of London, UK.

Alexander Poltorak is founder, Chairman and CEO of General Patent Corporation (GPC), the leading intellectual property firm focusing on patent licensing and enforcement, as well as IP strategy and valuation, the oldest such company in the U.S. Alex Poltorak also serves as the Managing Director of IP Holdings, LLC, an IP-centric merchant banking boutique affiliated with GPC. Dr. Poltorak is well known and respected in the IP community and is a co-author of two books, Essentials of Intellectual Property (John Wiley & Sons 2002) and Essentials of Licensing Intellectual Property (John Wiley & Sons 2004). Alex Poltorak is also founder and President of American Innovators for Patent Reform (AIPR), a non-profit trade association and advocacy group.

Prior to founding General Patent Corporation in 1987, Alexander Poltorak was the CEO of Rapitech Systems Inc, a publicly-traded computer technology company he co-founded in 1983. He also has served as an assistant professor of biomathematics at Cornell University Medical College, as an assistant professor of physics at Touro College, and as an adjunct professor of law at The Globe Institute for Technology.

Richard Ehrlickman holds dual positions – Vice President at General Patent Corporation and President of IPOfferings LLC, a patent brokerage firm headquartered in Boca Raton, Fla. IPOfferings is member of the GPC Group of Companies.

Rich Ehrlickman spent 30 years at IBM, the last 15 as Vice President, Intellectual Property and Licensing. He was CEO of Automated Resource Group, a software and services company specializing in database and subscription management solutions, and later served as Executive Vice President of IP Transactions at TAEUS International Corporation. He founded IPOfferings in 2009 to focus on IP brokerage and consulting services. Rich Ehrlickman has received recognition as a Certified Licensing Professional (CLP) from the Licensing Executives Society (LES).

“Rich and I are pleased to be included among this select group of IP professionals,” commented Alexander Poltorak. “We thank the staff of Intellectual Asset Management magazine for bestowing on us this honor.”

Nominees for the IAM Strategy 250 must be nominated by a third party and are subject to rigorous review by the editors of Intellectual Asset Management magazine. IAM publishes both an online edition and a bi-monthly hard-copy magazine that is circulated worldwide. IAM Strategy 250 list is available online at www.iam-250.com/strategy. Intellectual Asset Management is a business unit of IP Media Group that also publishes World Trademark Review.

About IPOfferings LLC

IPOfferings LLC, headquartered in Boca Raton, Fla., provides patent brokerage services as well as IP consulting services. IPOfferings represents intellectual property owners who wish to sell or license their IP, as well as buyers of IP. For more information, visit www.ipofferings.com. IPOfferings LLC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of IP Holdings LLC and a member of the GPC Group of Companies.

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General Patent Settles All Patent Infringement Lawsuits with Verizon Wireless over Key Cell Phone Patent

Patent Litigation Addressed Both Cell Phone and Bluetooth Applications

Suffern, N.Y., May 26, 2010 − General Patent Corporation (GPC), a leading patent licensing and enforcement firm, announced today on behalf of its subsidiary, Digital Technology Licensing LLC (DTL), that it reached a settlement with Cellco Partnership d/b/a Verizon Wireless of three lawsuits involving the DTL cellular communications patent.

DTL owns U.S. Patent No. 5,051,799 (the ’799 Patent) titled “Digital Output Transducer.” The technology covered by the ‘799 Patent addresses Adaptive Multi-Rate (AMR) codec and other cellular communication standards, assuring backward compatibility of cell phone handsets and base stations. The ‘799 Patent also has applications in Bluetooth and other wireless devices.

Digital Technology Licensing filed two patent infringement lawsuits (05-1922 and 08-00477) in U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey covering cellular service applications of the ‘799 Patent. DTL also filed a third patent infringement lawsuit (2:09-cv-2567) in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York that covered Bluetooth applications of the ‘799 Patent. After five years in litigation, Verizon Wireless and DTL agreed to a settlement of all lawsuits.

“We are very pleased to reach a settlement with Verizon Wireless,” said Paul J. Lerner, General Patent’s Sr. Vice President and General Counsel.

General Patent Corporation represents DTL in the licensing and enforcement of U.S. Patent No. 5,051,799. Earlier, DTL settled patent infringement lawsuits with Cingular Wireless (now known as AT&T Mobility), T-Mobile and many regional carriers. Equipment manufacturers Nokia, Ericsson, Sony-Ericsson, Samsung, Casio Hitachi Mobile Communications, Motorola, LG Electronics, HTC, Pantech and others have licensed the DTL Patent. Two patent infringement lawsuits are still pending.

About Digital Technology Licensing LLC
Digital Technology Licensing LLC is the owner of U.S. Patent No. 5,051,799 titled “Digital Output Transducer,” which is now expired. DTL is a portfolio company of IP Holdings LLC and is managed by General Patent Corporation. A non-exclusive license under the patent is available for past sales at DTL’s standard royalty rate of 0.7% on non-discriminatory terms. For licensing terms, contact Kathlene Ingham at 845-368-4000 x107. For more information, please visit www.digitaltechnologylicensing.com.

About General Patent Corporation
General Patent Corporation, headquartered in Suffern, N.Y., is a leading intellectual property boutique focusing on patent licensing and enforcement. GPC represents patent owners in patent enforcement and assertive licensing matters, and assists patent owners with patent infringement claims on a contingency basis. General Patent also provides IP advisory services such as IP valuation, IP strategy and IP Management. GPC is the oldest patent enforcement firm in the U.S. General Patent Corporation is the managing member of DTL. For more information, visit www.generalpatent.com.

About IP Holdings LLC
IP Holdings LLC, an affiliate of General Patent Corporation, is an IP-centric merchant banking organization. IP Holdings provides IP-related financial services and IP brokerage services, and operates an idea incubator. IP Holdings is a member of DTL. For more information on IP Holdings, visit www.ip-holdings.com.

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General Patent Secures Tenth Licensee for Renhcol’s Web-Based Prediction Marketplace Patent

License with Sports Memorandum Is Result of the
Settlement of a Patent Infringement Lawsuit Filed in 2008

Suffern, N.Y., February 10, 2010 − General Patent Corporation (GPC), a leading patent licensing and patent enforcement firm, announced today on behalf of its client, Renhcol, Inc. − a wholly-owned subsidiary of Betbrokers PLC (AIM: BETB) – that a settlement has been reached with Sports Memorandum, Inc. of Brentwood, Tenn. in a patent infringement lawsuit filed on behalf of Renhcol in 2008. Sports Memorandum becomes the tenth company to license the Renhcol patent.

A lawsuit against Sports Memorandum and several other defendants was filed in October of 2008 in the Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Texas (2:08-cv-388) for infringement of Renhcol’s U.S. Patent No. 6,260,019. Sports Memorandum agreed to settle the lawsuit and take a license under the Patent. General Patent Corporation assisted Renhcol with its patent infringement litigation and represents Renhcol as its exclusive licensing agent.

“We are pleased to have reached an amicable settlement with Sports Memorandum, and we look forward to settling with the remaining defendant,” said Paul Lerner, General Patent’s Sr. Vice President and General Counsel.

Renhcol, Inc. owns U.S. Patent No. 6,260,019 titled “Web-Based Prediction Marketplace.” The patented technology pertains to the on-line prediction of future events. This patent was the subject of a prior lawsuit which resulted in all of the defendants licensing the ‘019 Patent.

A non-exclusive license under the Patent is available on reasonable and non-discriminatory terms. For licensing terms, contact Kathlene Ingham at 845-368-4000 x107.

About Renhcol

Renhcol, Inc. is the owner of U.S. Patent No. 6,260,019 titled “Web-Based Prediction Marketplace”. Renhcol, Inc. and Winning Edge International, Inc., based in Las Vegas, Nev., are both wholly-owned subsidiaries of Betbrokers PLC. For more information about Winning Edge visit www.winningedge.com.

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General Patent Licenses DTL’s Cellular Communications Patent to Pantech

Suffern, N.Y., February 2, 2010 − General Patent Corporation (GPC), a leading patent licensing and enforcement firm, announced today on behalf of its subsidiary, Digital Technology Licensing LLC (DTL), that it has licensed DTL's cellular communications patent to Pantech Co. Ltd. and Pantech & Curitel Communications, Inc. of Seoul, Korea.

DTL owns U.S. Patent No. 5,051,799 (the ’799 Patent) titled “Digital Output Transducer.” The technology covered by the ‘799 Patent addresses Adaptive Multi-Rate (AMR) codec and other cellular communication standards, assuring backward compatibility of cell phone handsets and base stations. The ‘799 Patent also has applications in Bluetooth and other wireless devices.

“We are very pleased to have Pantech join the other cell phone manufacturers that have licensed the DTL patent,” said Paul J. Lerner, General Patent’s Sr. Vice President and General Counsel.

General Patent Corporation represents DTL in the licensing and enforcement of U.S. Patent No. 5,051,799. DTL brought patent infringement lawsuits against Verizon Wireless, Cingular Wireless, AT&T Mobility (Cingular Wireless is now known as AT&T Mobility), T-Mobile, Sprint and other companies. Equipment manufacturers Nokia, Ericsson, Sony-Ericsson, Samsung, Casio Hitachi Mobile Communications, Plantronics, Motorola and LG Electronics have licensed the DTL Patent. Lawsuits are still pending against Verizon, Sprint and other companies.

Pantech Co. and Pantech & Curitel Communications were not defendants in a lawsuit, but agreed to license Digital Technology Licensing’s patent.

About Digital Technology Licensing LLC

Digital Technology Licensing LLC is the owner of U.S. Patent No. 5,051,799 titled “Digital Output Transducer,” which is now expired. DLT is a portfolio company of IP Holdings LLC and is managed by General Patent Corporation. A non-exclusive license under the patent is available for past sales at DTL’s standard royalty rate of 0.7% on non-discriminatory terms. For licensing terms, contact Kathlene Ingham at (845) 368-4000 x107. For more information, please visit www.digitaltechnologylicensing.com.

About General Patent Corporation

General Patent Corporation, headquartered in Suffern, N.Y., is a leading intellectual property boutique focusing on patent licensing and enforcement. GPC represents patent owners in patent enforcement and assertive licensing matters, and assists patent owners with patent infringement claims in patent litigation on a contingency basis. General Patent also provides IP advisory services including IP valuation and IP strategy, as well as technology transfer. General Patent is the oldest patent enforcement firm in the U.S. and is the managing member of DTL. For more information, visit www.generalpatent.com.

About IP Holdings LLC

IP Holdings LLC, an affiliate of General Patent Corporation, is an IP-centric merchant banking organization. IP Holdings provides IP-related financial services and IP brokerage services through its subsidiary, IPOfferings LLC. IP Holdings also operates an idea incubator. IP Holdings is a member of DTL. For more information on IP Holdings, visit www.ip-holdings.com.

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General Patent Corporation Acquires IPOfferings LLC to Expand Patent Brokerage Business

Names Richard Ehrlickman, IPOfferings' Founder, Vice President

Suffern, N.Y., January 14, 2010 − General Patent Corporation (GPC), a leading intellectual property (IP) boutique focusing on patent licensing and enforcement as well as IP advisory services and IP brokerage, has acquired IPOfferings LLC, an IP brokerage and consulting firm headquartered in Boca Raton, Fla. IPOfferings' founder and President, Richard Ehrlickman, was named Vice President of General Patent Corporation.

IPOfferings will be folded into the General Patent corporate group, and will become a wholly-owned subsidiary of IP Holdings LLC, an IP-centric merchant banking organization affiliated with GPC. Aside from his position as Vice President of GPC, Mr. Ehrlickman will continue to serve as President of IPOfferings, LLC, which will function as the patent-brokerage arm of IP Holdings.

Richard Ehrlickman spent 30 years at IBM, the last nine as Vice President of the Intellectual Property and Licensing Technology Group. After leaving IBM, Mr. Ehrlickman served as CEO at Automated Resource Group and, later, as Executive Vice President at TAEUS International Corporation, before founding IPOfferings in 2009.

"This strategic acquisition of IPOfferings will bolster our patent brokerage services," said Alexander Poltorak, Chairman and CEO of General Patent Corporation. "We are thrilled that Rich Ehrlickman, a seasoned IP executive, will be joining our senior management team," he concluded.

"I am delighted to be joining General Patent Corporation, a premier IP boutique. Being part of a much larger organization will enable us to provide a greater array of services to our clients thanks to all the resources available at GPC," said Richard Ehrlickman.

Mr. Ehrlickman holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from City College of New York and an M.S. in Computer Engineering from Syracuse University. He is a Certified Licensing Professional, and Mr. Ehrlickman is a member of the Licensing Executives Society. He is a senior member of the Institute of Electronic Engineers. He also serves on the Advisory Board of DeVry University and Keller Graduate Business Schools.

About IP Holdings LLC

IP Holdings LLC, an affiliate of General Patent Corporation, is an IP-centric merchant banking organization. IP Holdings provides IP-related financial services, IP brokerage services, and operates an idea incubator. For more information on IP Holdings, visit www.ip-holdings.com.

About IPOfferings LLC

IPOfferings LLC, headquartered in Boca Raton, Fla., is a leading patent brokerage and IP consulting firm. IPOfferings will continue its operations as a wholly-owned subsidiary of IP Holdings LLC and a part of the General Patent group of companies. For more information on IPOfferings, visit www.ipofferings.com or contact Rich Ehrlickman at rich@ipofferings.com.

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General Patent Corporation Secures New Licensee for DTL’s Cellular Communications Patent

CC Communications Licenses the Digital Output Transducer Patent

Suffern, N.Y., December 21, 2009 − General Patent Corporation (GPC), a leading patent licensing and enforcement firm, announced today on behalf of its client, Digital Technology Licensing LLC (DTL), that it has licensed DTL's cellular communications patent to CC Communications of Fallon, Nev.

DTL owns U.S. Patent No. 5,051,799 (the ’799 Patent) titled “Digital Output Transducer.” The technology covered by the ‘799 Patent addresses Adaptive Multi-Rate (AMR) codec and other cellular communication standards, assuring backward compatibility of cell phone handsets and base stations. The ‘799 Patent also has applications in Bluetooth devices.

“We are very pleased to have CC Communications join the many regional cell phone service providers that are licensing the DTL patent,” said Kathlene P. Ingham, General Patent’s Director of Licensing. “Licenses under the DTL patent are available at our standard royalty rate of 0.7%.”

General Patent Corporation represents DTL in the licensing and enforcement of U.S. Patent No. 5,051,799. DTL brought patent infringement lawsuits against Verizon Wireless, Cingular Wireless (now known as AT&T Mobility), T-Mobile, Sprint and other companies. Equipment manufacturers Nokia, Ericsson, Sony-Ericsson, Samsung, Casio Hitachi Mobile Communications, Plantronics, Motorola and LG Electronics have licensed the DTL patent. Lawsuits are still pending against Verizon, Sprint and other companies.

CC Communications was not a defendant in a lawsuit, but agreed to license Digital Technology Licensing’s patent on amicable terms. CC Communications, a provider of cellular phone service and a seller of cell phones and Bluetooth devices, is owned and operated by Churchill County, Nevada, and is the 33rd licensee of the DTL patent.

About Digital Technologies Licensing LLC

Digital Technology Licensing LLC is the owner of U.S. Patent No. 5,051,799 titled “Digital Output Transducer” which is now expired. DLT is a portfolio company of IP Holdings LLC and is managed by General Patent Corporation. A non-exclusive license under the patent is available for past sales at DTL’s standard royalty rate of 0.7% on non-discriminatory terms. For licensing terms, contact Kathlene Ingham at 845-368-4000 x107. For more information, please visit www.digitaltechnologylicensing.com.

About IP Holdings LLC

IP Holdings LLC, an affiliate of General Patent Corporation, is an IP-centric merchant banking organization. IP Holdings provides IP-related financial services and IP brokerage services, and operates an idea incubator. IP Holdings is a member of DTL. For more information on IP Holdings, visit www.ip-holdings.com.

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General Patent Corporation Settles Patent Infringement Lawsuit with Audiovox

Advanced Video Technologies Licenses Its Full Duplex Single Chip Video Codec Patent to Audiovox

Suffern, N.Y., December 14, 2009 − General Patent Corporation (GPC), a leading patent licensing and enforcement firm, announced today on behalf of its client, Advanced Video Technologies LLC (AVT), that it settled a patent infringement lawsuit between AVT and Audiovox Electronics Corporation (Audiovox) of Hauppauge, N.Y.

Advanced Video Technologies LLC owns U.S. Patent No. 5,781,788 (the “788 Patent”) titled “Full Duplex Single Chip Video Codec.” In May of 2009, AVT filed a patent infringement lawsuit (Case No. 09 Civ. 04516) in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York against Audiovox Corporation and Audiovox Electronics Corporation. Audiovox agreed to settle the lawsuit and license AVT’s ‘788 Patent, after which the lawsuit was dismissed.

“We are pleased to extend a non-exclusive license under the AVT patent to Audiovox,” said Paul J. Lerner, GPC’s Sr. Vice President and General Counsel. “The ‘788 Patent is available for licensing on non-discriminatory terms to other manufacturers,” he added.

Audiovox is the second company to license the AVT patent as the result of a settlement of a patent infringement lawsuit. A third company, Electro Flip LLC of Henderson, Nev. – a company that was not the subject of litigation – licensed the ‘788 patent voluntarily.

About Advanced Video Technologies LLC

Advanced Video Technologies LLC owns U.S. Patent No. 5,781,788, “Full Duplex Single Chip Video Codec.” AVT is a portfolio company of an idea incubator operated by IP Holdings LLC, and AVT is managed by General Patent Corporation. For licensing terms and conditions for the ‘788 Patent, contact Kathlene Ingham, GPC’s Director of Licensing, at (845) 368-4000 x107 or email kingham@generalpatent.com. For more information about Advanced Video Technologies LLC visit www.advancedvidtech.com.

About IP Holdings LLC

IP Holdings LLC, an affiliate of General Patent Corporation, is an IP centric merchant banking organization. IP Holdings provides IP related financial services, IP brokerage services, and operates an idea incubator. IP Holdings LLC is a member of Advanced Video Technologies LLC. For more information on IP Holdings, visit www.ip-holdings.com.

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Two Veterans of General Patent Corporation Mark Ten Years with the Company

Suffern, N.Y., December 3, 2009 − General Patent Corporation (GPC), a leading patent licensing and enforcement firm, announced today that two veterans of the company – Paul J. Lerner, General Patent’s Senior Vice President and General Counsel, and Kathlene P. Ingham, the company’s Director of Licensing – both mark ten years with the company this month.

“We are very grateful to Paul and Kathy for their dedicated service to our company and our clients over the last decade,” said Alexander Poltorak, GPC’s founder and CEO. “During this past decade, General Patent has grown into a premier intellectual property boutique well-known around the world. Paul and Kathy have both been critical to the company’s success. We look forward to their leadership role in our company for years to come.”

As the company’s Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Paul Lerner heads the Legal Department of General Patent Corporation. Mr. Lerner and his staff are responsible for analyzing and managing the enforcement of patents held by GPC’s clients – the patent owners. Paul Lerner is a member of the Board of Directors of General Patent and its Executive Committee. Prior to joining GPC in December of 1999, Paul Lerner led the IP law departments at Olin Corporation, Black & Decker Corporation, and Asea Brown Boveri, Inc. He holds a BS in Aeronautical Engineering from Purdue University, an MBA from Loyola University, and a law degree from DePaul University. Mr. Lerner also did post-graduate legal studies at John Marshall College of Law.

“General Patent has enabled me to use a broad range of my skills and formal training,” observed Paul Lerner about his tenure at the company. “In addition to my legal experience and training, I apply my training in engineering when I analyze a patent, and I use my business training in licensing and settlement negotiations.”

As Director of Licensing, Kathlene Ingham has negotiated over 100 license agreements for General Patent clients. She joined the company in November of 1999 and rose through the ranks to become the Director of Licensing. Ms. Ingham held management and consulting positions in the legal profession and hotel industry before joining GPC. She holds a BA in Humanities from Pace University, and she completed two years of graduate study in Clinical Psychology at Pace University.

“It’s been wonderful to watch this business blossom over the last ten years,” said Kathlene Ingham about her ten years at General Patent. “By far the best part of my job has been seeing patent owners receive the compensation they so richly deserve. It is such a pleasure working with these creative geniuses.”

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