The IAM Daily is out! https://t.co/p3HLRTJP6P
The IAM blog is taking its annual August break in order to recharge its batteries after what has been a pretty relentless first seven months of the year. To keep you entertained while we are away, following is a list of the 20 most read stories on the blog in 2016 so far, in descending order of popularity. The reads reflect the fact that these days the IP market extends way beyond the US,...
Blackberry seems to be entering a new phase of its patent monetisation programme with the initiation of litigation against Avaya in the Northern District of Texas. In a suit, which was filed on 27th July, Blackberry alleges that the Santa Clara-based company has infringed eight of its US patents relating to various mobile communications technologies. They are numbers 9143801, 8964849,...
Volvo's IP revolution and an inside look at the growing European patent market lead the way in IAM 79
Issue 79 of IAM has now been published and is available to subscribers online. The cover story focuses on Volvo, one of Europe’s iconic auto brands and a company that filed its first patent application nearly 70 years ago. Back in 2014, though, the management decided that a complete re-engineering of its IP strategy was necessary in order to align it more effectively with overall...
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