When patent litigation, licensing, assignment, citations, or similar patent portfolios exist between two companies, there is usually a degree of technical similarity between the companies. These companies can represent competitors posing a level of threat, or on the other hand, they can represent potential partners that are well positioned to collaborate on research and development.
The Company Relationship Analysis playbook enables a one-click generation of relationship insights based on your chosen company.
Simply enter the name of a company, select one of the suggested options, and click on "Create Playbook"
You will be able to review the types of relationships that exist between companies to quickly locate potential competitors and partners.
The chart shows a relationship diagram formed from the top 10 plaintiff and defendants in litigation with the central company, the top 10 licensors and licensees, the top 10 assignors and transferees who have transferred patents, the top 10 cited and cited by assignees, and the top 10 assignees with similar patent portfolios. The more relationship lines an organization has to the central company, the closer their relationship.