Mike can write. And he is right. Compulsory reading https://t.co/l0plDvpaXM
Further confirmation that public universities enjoy PTAB immunity in the US. For now. https://t.co/2GPqDtIrbH
Another case confirms US university IPR immunity, but doubts emerge over how long loophole can survive
In January a PTAB decision gave state universities in the US the kind of protection that other patent owners have only been able to dream about in recent years. In an inter partes review (IPR) brought by Covidien against a patent owned by the University of Florida, the PTAB ruled that as a state institution the university was protected from post-grant review by the 11th Amendment of the US...
Since the beginning of 2017, three of Japan’s four biggest investment banks have announced forays into the IP space with initiatives in patent analytics and IP trading platforms. It is the latest indication that investors in the country are increasingly scrutinising the IP holdings of their portfolio companies in search of growth opportunities. The new interest among investment bankers...
The licensing agreement announced earlier this week between Nokia and Apple is the latest that the iPhone maker has put in place with a who’s who of the wireless world. The deal sees all litigation between the two companies settled with Nokia set to receive a royalty payout. The statement about the settlement didn’t go into the detail of how much is changing hands, referring...
The increasing integration of information and communication technologies in vehicles is creating new challenges for licensing patents in general and for negotiating royalty payments for standard-essential patents in particular
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