.@LexOrbisIP lays out Indian patent law which provides for both pre-grant and post-grant opposition.… https://t.co/IfTDPhZeEM
Senator Chris Coons has told IAM that Congress could approve new @uspto fee setting powers by September. That would… https://t.co/yFbzAgKCXe
China overtakes the US in AI and blockchain patent filings, but the figures don't tell the full story. https://t.co/COcSSh5CLb
More patents related to artificial intelligence and blockchain technology were filed in China than in any other country in 2017, it has been revealed. With much of this growth being linked to a booming start-up scene, it looks like the playing field for these technologies is slowly but surely shifting east. China’s start-up scene has rapidly caught up the US’s, according to a...
USPTO Director Andrei Iancu was back on Capitol Hill earlier this week for an appearance before the House of Representatives’ Judiciary Committee. With the impact of the Supreme Court’s decision in SAS Institute, the proposed change to the claim construction standard in post-issuance proceedings and ongoing concern around uncertainty in the law on what constitutes patent eligible...
An affiliate of a top South Korean tech university, the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), is currently locked in a US patent litigation battle with Qualcomm, GlobalFoundries and Samsung. A recent flap over the ownership of the underlying right reveals the missed opportunities that led to KAIST monetising the right, and underlines why universities in the country are...
Political rhetoric has thrust trade secrets misappropriation into the spotlight, particularly when it comes to the US-China relationship. New legislation around the world means that rights holders have never had more options for enforcing their rights