After a string of deals with entities linked to Transpacific IP new NPE picks up assets from ZTE and Panasonic https://t.co/aQItkfqRmT
You think IPRs are a great litigation money saver? Well, think again. https://t.co/d1TWW1SN5l
India is poised to reform its 'patent working' disclosure form, which plays a key role in infringement litigation.… https://t.co/R8v8slRpNy
Transfers from ZTE and Panasonic are the latest involving a new Delaware firm with strong links to Transpacific IP
ZTE and Panasonic have both transferred small packages of patents to a relatively new US NPE called Global Innovation Aggregators, a Delaware registered entity with offices in Pasadena, California. According to the assignment records Panasonic handed over 11 US grants in two separate deals that were recorded on the USPTO’s site earlier this month and executed in late February.
There is no more controversial subject in the US patent world right now than the inter partes review (IPR) regime. The patent death squad or the killer of bad patents, you decide. But one thing everyone can agree on, surely, is that IPRs have saved companies billions of dollars. By wiping out patents in whole or in part before they are litigated to the end, both sides get to save great chunks...
Litigation developments in Delhi over the last few months have put a spotlight on a somewhat unique feature of India’s patent system: Form 27, which requires patentees to disclose how they commercially exploit their granted rights. Now, it appears that the Patent Office will consider making changes to the form, which has long been controversial among multinational patent owners. Each...
Matt Stack has spent much of his investment career developing a keen understanding of just how valuable intellectual property can be to a company. But as patents become far less enticing, he has shifted his focus to a new and very different kind of intangible asset