Intel joins Avanci Vehicle; autonomous driving data; TuSimple patent strategy; Skybell interview; new ESG pool; 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 06 November

German Stelara injunction is bad news for biosimilars using the EU SPC manufacturing waiver

Data dive: Permanent injunctions by US courts in the post-eBay era

TUESDAY 07 November

Intel signs up as licensor to Avanci 4G and 5G connected car programmes

Data dive: Race for autonomous driving patent ownership is still wide open

Trade secrets: No longer the plan B – insights from IAM’s first Trade Secrets Strategy USA

WEDNESDAY 08 November

Interview: The products-plus-licensing model of a small firm that won $45 million from Vivint

Long read: Autonomous trucking innovator TuSimple reveals its patent strategy

Nippon drops patent lawsuits against Toyota, Mitsui, but pursues Chinese acti

THURSDAY 09 November

Weekly column: Coons’ US patent injunction plan is a long shot, but other options may be available

Long read: FRAND licensing needs industry leadership

Policy: America Invents Act co-author bemoans PTAB harassment of patent owners

FRIDAY 10 November

Auto IP disruption – highlights from IAM’s Munich event

IPwe moves into ESG space by launching pool with Siemens Energy, Maersk on board as licensors

Three misconceptions about filing design patent cases at the ITC

SATURDAY 11 November

Opinion: The US patent system is weakened. New Congressional legislation could fix it

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