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In a late 2008 decision, which did not cite existing patent law, the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit may have changed patent litigation in 2009 and beyond
As the US patent system plummets from number one to 10 in the US Chamber of Commerce’s annual global ranking, calls for reform are growing more urgent before these negative trends become irreversible
“Turn and face the strange,” sang David Bowie, whose flair for reinvention is something that some public non-practising entities are hoping to replicate
Artificial intelligence is already affecting the way we conduct R&D and may even change the way we think about invention. But it will only make the job of the IP strategist more important
It’s all over for East Texas but the crying, as they say. Following the Supreme Court’s ruling in TC Heartland, the flood of patent cases being heard in Marshall is at a high-water mark and shows no sign of subsiding
Developing a patent valuation standard (Magazine)
A new initiative aimed at standardising the way in which patents are valued should be embraced by the business and patent communities
Penny foolish and pound wise? (Magazine)
Investing in the creation of IP is like investing in the property market. You have to know what you are doing if you are to succeed
Friendly Persuasion (Magazine)
It is no secret that amicus filers are not always interested in the general cause of justice.
With their recent MedImmune v Genentechjudgment, the nine Supreme Court justices have changed the licensing landscape in the US
Resisting temptation: the other kind of IP (Magazine)
Innovation is not the only thing we should look for and appreciate on our store shelves
Failure to dominate in diverse product lines has not stopped Microsoft from crafting an innovative and sustainable patent strategy, and generating billions of licensing dollars
The US Supreme Court is to hear two cases involving baseless patent lawsuits. This is a welcome example of the judicial branch helping to correct abuses and freeing up the US Congress to focus on issues uniquely requiring legislative attention
A number of strategic options can help to reduce the cost of accessing and purchasing patent portfolios
The requirements for the patentability of computer-implemented inventions in Europe are notoriously difficult to pin down. Two recent judgments offer an opportunity to consider the English approach and compare it with that of the European Patent Office
Another leap forward (Magazine)
Is management obsolescence the next stage in the development of the intellectual property economy?
Jungle logic (Magazine)
If value in the property market is all about location, in the patent market it is all about context.
Making patent strategy strategic (Magazine)
Digging below the surface often reveals that many strategic processes have little to do with the strategic direction that a business is taking. Is this true for patent strategy as well?
Patent party (Magazine)
There are several patent funds currently active in Germany. Unfortunately, the hype they have generated means there could be a painful hangover once the party is over.
The recent CAFC decision in Rambus v FTC raises questions as to just how applicable US antitrust law is in the standards-setting process.
The game is changing (Magazine)
There’s an opportunity for gamechanging business model innovation in the evolving IP market landscape
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