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If Hillary Clinton does become the 45th US President, patent owners may have good cause to celebrate. https://t.co/XKE0ADzduK
This time in two weeks we will know the identity of the next President of the United States. If the current polling is correct (and, being based in the post-Brexit vote UK, I know that could be a big “if”), it will be Hillary Clinton, rather than Donald Trump, beginning preparations for taking office on Friday, 20th January, 2017. Assuming it is Clinton, it is time to start asking...
Back in July, Nokia and Samsung struck a major deal to expand upon the two companies’ earlier cross-licensing agreements to “cover certain additional portfolios of both parties”. As IAM reported at the time, the deal significantly added to Nokia’s bottom line and could exert pressure on Huawei, which not long before had filed infringement lawsuits against Samsung and...
It’s often said that the licensing world is an opaque one. No-one knows how many deals are being done, how they are structured and what kind of royalty rates are being paid. Every now and again, a major transaction will make the headlines or something will be disclosed in a filing with the SEC or a similar body elsewhere in the world; but by and large this is a smoke and mirrors world...
Sovereign patent funds have become key players in the global IP market. However, a shifting economic, legal and political landscape raises questions for the future of this state-backed aggregation model
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