When Joseph Siino came on board as Yahoo Inc.’s first vice president of intellectual property, the company needed to come up with a unique approach to managing its intellectual property assets.

Yahoo needed to quickly transform itself from Internet portal to global digital media company to compete with fellow giants such as Google and Microsoft Corp. It needed to use its technology patents to generate and distribute media content from its site.

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