Exclusive: CEO of Intellectual Discovery resigns, citing differences w/ the Korean patent fund's government backers https://t.co/jfgQmkD8fU
Kwang-Jun Kim, the CEO of Korea’s sovereign patent fund (SPF) operator Intellectual Discovery (ID), yesterday submitted his resignation, he has confirmed to IAM. Kim says that he had fundamental differences of opinion with the fund’s public sector backers over the level of financial support ID should receive from the government as well as the future direction of the company. This...
The latest step in Foxconn Technology Group’s gradual evolution is reportedly to be a chip-design business focused on the Internet of Things (IoT). Nikkei Asian Review, citing sources familiar with the matter, reported last week that the Taiwanese contract manufacturer would work with ARM – now owned by Japan’s Softbank – to inaugurate a facility in Shenzhen where...
Erich Andersen, who runs the IP group at Microsoft, has been named as the most influential player in the global IP market in the latest edition of the IAM Market Makers survey, published in the most recent issue of the magazine which came out at the start of this month. Andersen, who took over the role from Horacio Gutierrez in the summer of 2014, beat Google patent boss Allen Lo to the top...
The US Supreme Court has had a major impact on US patent law during the last decade. From injunctive relief to fee shifting and patent-eligible subject matter, its opinions have reshaped the entire market
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