Ocado offensive; Samsung signs to Avanci; ROI annual report; Pure Storage on inclusive innovation; PTAB reform proposal; 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 17 April

Interview: Ocado IP chief says company is now on the offensive in AutoStore dispute following UK victory. Read more here

Data dive: This week’s Netlist v Samsung jury trial is the tip of the iceberg. Read more here

TUESDAY 18 April

IPBC India makes in-person return - last chance to join. Read more here

Avanci signs Samsung to 2G-4G SEP platform as a licensor. Read more here

Interview: People partnerships driving Adeia’s hybrid bonding patent licensing momentum. Read more here


Long read: The 2023 Richardson Oliver Patent Market Report gives a snapshot of 2022 buy-sell activity, including sourcing, diligence, pricing, buyers, litigation and market size. Read more here

Five key takeaways from Senator Chris Coons’ first IP subcommittee hearing. Read more here


Weekly column: IP could deliver a very rare Brexit dividend. Read more here

Patent cliff concerns drive Merck’s $11 billion Prometheus buyout. Read more here

Finding stealth prior art before it finds you – lessons from Minerva’s case. Read more here

FRIDAY 21 April

The EPO’s latest plausibility decision is good news for applicants and patentees. Read more here

Inclusivity Insights: From gatekeeper to gateway: Pure Storage patent team continues to redefine inclusive innovation. Read more here

Patent owners will welcome parts of USPTO’s PTAB reform proposal. Read more here


Opinion: The European Commission’s SEP regulation would be a geostrategic liability for the EU. Read more here

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