Dominion Harbor set to seek big name Chinese licensees for its Kodak patents after deal with top local law firm. https://t.co/VUJSNIL8hQ
More fog than light in latest announcement from UPC preparatory committee on when new system may come into force. https://t.co/mzU1eS8Rpk
A few months entering the China market through a joint venture, Dominion Harbor Enterprises has confirmed that it plans to monetise its sizeable portfolio of former Kodak patents there. CEO David Pridham announced yesterday that the licensing company and its subsidiary Monument Peak Ventures would be working with Beijing East IP Law Firm to license the assets to local Chinese...
The most recent Supreme Court term effectively wraps up this week and as has become customary over the last decade, the justices heard their fair share of patent cases over the last nine months. In terms of generating headlines, nothing matched the design patent dispute between Apple and Samsung. The case was heard last October and the decision was handed down in December. In my time of...
Alliance is the watchword for IoT development in China, but it may not make licensing easier for outsiders
China this month inaugurated a new alliance centred on the development of technologies in the mobile Internet of Things (IoT). Led by Huawei, ZTE and several of the country’s top telecommunications providers, it is said to have over 140 members, including a fair few research institutions. The focus is on a standard called NarrowBand-IoT that is being led by Chinese industry. Looking at...
There has been an upswing in US sentiment among respondents to the 2017 IAM benchmarking survey, with more confidence in the litigation system matched by less interest in seeking opportunities elsewhere ‒ although there are still concerns about the USPTO
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