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TPR Celebrates 20 Years
February, 2015
What does it take to occupy the position as one of the industry’s most successful patent search firms over the last two decades? TPR President, Ford Khorsandian explains: “There is never any room for complacency in the searching business. We always have to create value and understand the newest dynamics that clients are operating under. […] Continue reading
Q&A: Take the Challenge
February, 2015
In tune with our 20 year anniversary theme, 1995 is a key year in the fledgling era. Which of the following happened in 1995? Netscape introduces SSL Sun Microsystems announces JavaScript is officially opened EBay is founded PHP is publicly released The USB standard is established VoIP software is introduced The first Wiki […] Continue reading
TPR Holiday Smiles: Supporting Charitable Causes
December, 2014
TPR gratefully acknowledges and values the ongoing commitment of our clients and we are honoring that trust by making a similar commitment to the worldwide community in helping others who are less fortunate than ourselves. TPR has pledged to support two charities; Smile Train and Save the Children. Smile Train is a children’s charity that […] Continue reading
IPI-Award 2014 Recognizes Stephen Boyer for Remarkable Advances in Access to Patents
March, 2014
The apparent ease with which it has become possible to retrieve an international patent document on the Internet can be attributed, in large part, to the ground-breaking work of Dr. Stephen Boyer of IBM.  In the relatively early days of the Internet, Stephen was a founding creator of the IBM Intellectual Property Network, which later […] Continue reading
TPR President, Ford Khorsandian, Addresses the AIPLA Corporate Practice Committee on Patent Searching After AIA
April, 2013
The patent world faced the most far-reaching legislative change in decades on September 16, 2011, when President Barack Obama signed into law the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act (AIA). In light of this landmark change, the American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) invited TPR President, Ford Khorsandian, to address the Corporate Practice Committee to discuss the […] Continue reading