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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...
IP-minded readers of Huawei's 2016 annual report will have noticed a striking change in the company's accounting of its intangible assets. Alongside goodwill, trademarks, software and patents is a brand new category – royalties. The company states that in the last calendar year it had “additions” in the royalties column of more than 2 billion RMB, or just...
Day Three INTA Barcelona report - CPA planning for change, .sucks momentum, top in-house teams and more
The INTA 2017 Annual Meeting is coming to an end after five action-packed days in Barcelona. Here’s the final round-up of what has been going on from World Trademark Review reporters Trevor Little (TL) and Tim Lince (TJL), and me, Joff Wild (JW). Change management – In town to present CPA’s new IP Platform, CEO Simon Webster found time to comment on recent stories...
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