Over 30% of patent suits in China are brought by individuals - and a new action against Xiaomi shows how this might… https://t.co/2AY6NK6b8D
The US might have an ally in the EU on China and IP if its president did not regard the EU as America’s foe. https://t.co/HhQKSBpky9
We don’t normally comment on Roy’s nonsense, but invite anyone to read yesterday’s story about iPEL and reach the s… https://t.co/n2mn3FDlb4
Over the past couple of years, several major NPEs have announced big Chinese portfolio acquisitions. But a new litigation in Beijing shows that this is not the only way foreign assertion entities are affecting the market here - some patents formerly owned by now-defunct NPEs are re-emerging in Chinese lawsuits. Xiaomi’s strong smartphone sales and its IPO in Hong Kong...
If nothing has changed, some time this week should see the launch of a suit by a US NPE that, the man who runs it has told the world, is going to change the face of Chinese patent litigation forever. In an interview published by IAM on 6th July, iPEL CEO Brian Yates said that his firm was preparing to fight a case against an unnamed consumer goods company in China that will lead to the...
BT has launched a lawsuit in US district court accusing a Silicon Valley based cyber security company of infringing five of its patents. According to the complaint, which was filed earlier this week in Delaware, BT contacted Fortinet in late 2014 and claimed that it infringed on two of the patents-in-suit. Despite writing to the company on three separate occasions through 2015 and...
Businesses that want to maximise the value of their intellectual property must understand it will not just happen overnight. Instead, they must put in place proactive plans to manage the process – and that means starting even before patent applications are filed
Johanna Dwyer, Paul Carpenter and Daniela Sanchez