What’s coming in mRNA IP wars; F-Star national security concerns; InterDigital deal updates; Samsung-Adeia renewal; Brazilian blow to patent terms; 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

TUESDAY 03 January

The US International Trade Commission recently started releasing letters to complainants about non-institution decisions – sign-posting to counsel how to better plead cases in 2023. Read more here

Four developments to watch out for in the mRNA patent wars this year. Read more here

What’s next for patent pools? Seven IP experts reveal predictions and concerns. Read more here

WEDNESDAY 04 January

F-Star buyout delay shows growing national security disruption to patent dealmaking. Read more here

InterDigital secures Panasonic and LG licences, but arbitration looms for Samsung deal. Read more here

Patent litigation finance booming while insurance market evolving, providers say. Read more here

THURSDAY 05 January

Viking’s trade secret lawsuit highlights collaboration risks. Read more here

Apple’s ex-licensing director alleges patent department favours white men. Read more here

Samsung renews smart TV licence with Adeia. Read more here

FRIDAY 06 January

Nokia-Oppo, SEPs in China and Japan and change afoot in India: APAC's top five of 2022. Read more here

Brazil’s Supreme Court deals blow to rights holders on patent terms. Read more here

USPTO director welcomes turn of year with wave of patent battle decisions. Read more here

SATURDAY 07 January

Opinion: The IAM team once again donned our best clairvoyant attire and predicted the big stories that will land this year. Read more here

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