Nokia IoT interview; Adeia semiconductor agreements; draft EC SEP policy leak; reactions in Brussels; Blackberry patent monetisation; plus much more

Everything we covered on IAM over the last seven days – and all you need to know from the global IP market to set yourself up for the start of another busy week

MONDAY 27 March

Interview: How Nokia is driving the transformation of IoT patent licensing, deal by deal. Read more here

Data dive: Blackberry patent buyer’s US litigation track record. Read more here

TUESDAY 28 March

DEI: Gender-name tool to change the game for patent diversity analysis. Read more here

Adeia licenses Kioxia and Western Digital to semiconductor portfolio. Read more here

Janssen’s latest move against Amgen highlights shifting pharma patent strategies. Read more here


SEP policy: European Commission to propose radical new SEP/FRAND regime with major consequences for patent owners. Read more here

Entrusting SEP/FRAND to EUIPO is fraught with challenges. Read more here

IBM defeats antitrust claim by LzLabs in patent dispute. Read more here


Weekly column: The European Commission’s SEP licensing plans are terrible on every level. Read more here

Samsung claims against former IP head and patent counsel to proceed. Read more here

FRIDAY 31 March

Why pharma companies should file patents later in the R&D process. Read more here

What applicants need to know about double patenting in Mexico. Read more here

BlackBerry will re-start monetisation of remaining patents if sale closes this quarter. Read more here


Opinion: SEP owners have a big fight on their hands to evade radical new EU regulation. Read more here

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