It. Isn't. Going. To. Happen. https://t.co/mOTtOPdqJB
To be fair, also unspecified proposals to broaden scope of fees cap for micro and small entities. But this has been… https://t.co/MRldhtHOWx
PTAB already too expensive for SMEs. @uspto now proposes increasing fees! Will just entrench IPRs as a BigCo tool. https://t.co/0ajyXoXp7F
In a major move in the licensing community, former Google patent executive Kurt Brasch has moved to Uber as senior manager, patents. He joins an IP team led by fellow former Google employee Michael Meehan who jumped ship in February of this year. Brasch left Google earlier in the summer as the search giant let go of most of the legacy licensing team that it had picked up through its 2012...
This week Japan’s Yomiuri Shimbun reported that the country’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) would be undertaking a study of NPE activity, with a view to making policy recommendations for the sector’s regulation. A panel including lawyers and academics could begin looking into the matter as early as October, according to the report, which suggested that part...
WIPO staff council legal rep demands immediate removal of Gurry after distribution of misconduct report
The legal counsel to the World Intellectual Property Organisation’s Staff Council has called for the immediate removal of Francis Gurry as the UN agency’s director general and the lifting of his diplomatic immunity so that he might face possible criminal investigation or civil proceedings over the findings of a report into alleged misconduct that was delivered to the Chair of the...
The US Supreme Court has had a major impact on US patent law during the last decade. From injunctive relief to fee shifting and patent-eligible subject matter, its opinions have reshaped the entire market
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