With more women, ethnic minorities and people from poorer backgrounds involved in inventing US innovation rates cou… https://t.co/01drv6i1W5
Another week and three more China-related semiconductor trade secrets suits are filed in the US and Taiwan. https://t.co/RbbUDHqFXF …
US innovation rates could quadruple if women, low-earners and minorities effectively targeted, research finds
A new study claims that women, ethnic minorities, people from lower income backgrounds and from certain geographical regions are less likely to become inventors in the US. Increasing the rate of innovation among these groups could bear significant fruit, it states. Released last week, the study – Who Becomes an Inventor in America? The Importance of Exposure to Innovation...
Three new trade secret complaints show China is still very much in the semiconductor industry's crosshairs
Micron, Applied Materials and Taiwanese chipmaker Nanya are among the plaintiffs alleging trade secret misappropriation in new suits filed over the last week in the US and Taiwan. All complaints allege China to be the ultimate destination for stolen information related to various semiconductor technologies. The cases suggest that it is not just the US where we can expect to see an...
The debate over the use of sovereign immunity to protect patents from post-issuance reviews at the USPTO’s Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) has taken another turn. Late last week Apple filed an IPR against a patent held by MEC Resources, an entity owned by the Native American Three Affiliated Tribes, which had previously filed an infringement suit against the iPhone maker in a...
IPBC Asia 2017 took place at the Palace Hotel in Tokyo from October 29 to 31. Over 530 delegates – a new record – were in attendance, contributing to what was a fascinating and insightful three days. Issues such as IP strategy in the age of convergence and the state of the global patent transactions market were central themes, with the perspective of senior IP leaders from the region forming the basis of discussions. By the end one thing had become abundantly clear: change is in the air and Asia is at the heart of the developing world of intellectual property
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