Allied Security Trust (AST) is a member-based patent holding company that helps
protect members from patent infringement lawsuits by non-practicing entities.
AST's analysis shows that in the U.S. alone, 1,655 assets have been reassigned
in the last 5 years to a new owner and then been the subject of a litigation.
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Unlike NPEs, defensive patent pools entities do not (at least initially) seek to
generate revenues. Rather, they charge admission fees into the pool to fund IP ...
Nov 3, 2014 ... The groups, known as as defensive patent aggregators, include RPX Corp.,
Unified Patents Inc. and Allied Security Trust, all of which have ...
Jun 30, 2008 ... The group, which calls itself the Allied Security Trust, plans to buy up key
intellectual property before it is obtained by parties that might use it ...
Nov 20, 2010 ... Allied Security Trust (AST) describes itself as "a purely defensive organization
helping to minimize the exposure of operating companies to ...
Nov 13, 2008 ... 2008 has also seen organizations like Allied Security Trust (AST) and RPX
emerge, with both boasting substantial capital funding. Who exactly ...
RPX; Allied Security Trust ... 250 patent portfolios in technologies ranging from
medical devices and imaging techniques, to data security and wireless networks.
May 18, 2016 ... The new program, known as IP3 (Industry Patent Purchase Program), is being
run by a nonprofit industry group called the Allied Security Trust ...