Five companies currently dominate the 5G patent landscape. We show what got Ericsson, Huawei, Nokia, Qualcomm and Samsung to the top of the leader board
As well as raising interesting and often unsettling ethical, moral, social, political and privacy issues, AI raises practical patentability questions
As patents increasingly take shape as a functional asset class, the use of artificial intelligence looks set to lead to more licensing and less litigation
From Oil States to SAS Institute and WesternGeco, the Supreme Court’s most recent term had plenty for patent practitioners to consider.
After eight tumultuous years, Benoît Battistelli is no longer president of the EPO. In June, he sat down with IAM to look back on his controversial tenure. One thing was clear: he would do it the same way all over again
There are benefits and risks attached to the implementation of open and proprietary standards in ICT, both from a business and consumer perspective. It is therefore vital to get the balance right.
Patents have come under fire several times in the short history of China’s Anti-monopoly Law. The results point to careful industrial planning and significant risks for foreign IP owners
Litigation between rights holders of biologic drugs and producers of biosimilars is set to become an increasingly important part of the life sciences IP landscape
The IP Hall of Fame class of 2018 was inducted at a special lunch just before this year’s IPBC Global in San Francisco. In interviews conducted before and during the event, the three inductees provide detailed insights into what makes an IP world beater
Creating an effective strategic operational function within intellectual property is no small task. Doing so will challenge leadership skills and management capacity, but it is unavoidable to ensure that a business maintains its competitive advantage