US CRISPR Cas9 clearance; Lenovo looks to UK courts; video streaming secondary patent market; Nokia challenging Chinese ruling; WiFi 6 wars; plus much more

US CRISPR Cas9 clearance; Lenovo looks to UK courts; video streaming secondary patent market; Nokia challenging Chinese ruling; WiFi 6 wars; 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 11 December

First US CRISPR Cas9 approval marks start of new era of patent wars

Data dive: Damages trial do-over and entry of licence defence up next in VLSI v Intel saga

TUESDAY 12 December

Interview: Inside the IP strategy of Australian diagnostics start-up Nutromics

Interview: Ericsson and InterDigital disputes should be resolved by the UK courts, Lenovo’s IP chief argues

Secondary patent market for video streaming assets heating up

WEDNESDAY 13 December

Brazil to introduce skinny labels for generic drugs

Financial results: Nokia increases patent revenue from 'growth areas' by 50% in the past year

Trade secrets: Refusal to return misappropriated trade secrets “won’t go unchecked”, attorney for US Continental contends

THURSDAY 14 December

Weekly column: Justice demands transparency from US patent plaintiffs

Nokia to appeal Chinese global FRAND determination in Oppo dispute

Via LA continues China focus, signs leading TV maker to AAC pool

Editas licenses CRISPR patents to Vertex in $100 million-plus deal

FRIDAY 15 December

Fallout follows as Chinese court rules that AI-generated images with sufficient human contribution can be copyright-protected

WiFi 6 wars – Huawei scores injunctions against Amazon & AVM, while Wilus sues Acer

IAM Global Leaders: Six months after the UPC opens for business, patent leaders offer their verdicts

Trade secrets: Tracing the digital footprints of a trade secret thief

SATURDAY 16 December

Opinion: Privacy at stake - the unintended consequences of mandated legal finance disclosure

*** This is the final IAM Sunday Digest of 2023. The next edition will be published on 7 January and will contain all the news and analysis published over the holiday break. We wish you a restful festive period and a very happy new year. ***

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