President Xi of China talks about IP in a way that you have not heard other leaders of major economies speak. https://t.co/97j3ZITaaW
First it was tech companies funding academics on the quiet, now this. What about some transparency Silicon Valley? https://t.co/k4XAz3mB3b
The end of June was the deadline to submit patents for inclusion in a potential new pool, organised by MPEG LA, that will focus on the CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing technology. MPEG LA is the administrator behind the wildly successful MPEG-2 video compression pool that launched 20 years ago. Among those to submit their IP for possible inclusion in the pool was the Broad Institute, the research...
Chinese President Xi Jinping made rare public comments about the country’s IP reform efforts on Monday. Addressing the National Financial Work Conference, Xi called for strengthened intellectual property rights protection and more stringent punishment for infringement. The National Financial Work Conference, which convenes every five years, sets the tone and high-level policies for...
While patent owners in the US in recent years have become accustomed to change in the legal environment courtesy of the Supreme Court and Congress, some have also had to contend with the much broader application of competition laws by local antitrust authorities. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has taken a lead role in actively policing the licensing activities of standard essential patent...
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