Topic: Non-practising entities

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Continental agrees to settlement with Atlantic IP entity over radar module patent

The German company has also decided not to take an antitrust suit against Avanci to the US Supreme Court

03 November 2022

Six things to watch in Atlantic IP NPE’s upcoming trial against Continental

The outcome of Arigna Technology’s EDTX jury trial against Continental over driver-assist radar technology portends what happens to the future of claims against General Motors, Nissan Motor, Tesla and Toyota Motor

27 October 2022

Wi-LAN announces patent licences, settlement with Micron

Micron only entered agreement after a long counterattack in the PTAB and a key trial court ruling that limited the IP holder’s damages

24 October 2022

Fintiv discretionary denials fade in quarter following amended USPTO guidance

The most recent quarterly RPX litigation report has tracked an increase in IPR institutions and significant drop in reexam requests

13 October 2022

Uniloc v Motorola Mobility appeal will not disrupt patent litigation finance industry

Saturday Opinion: While IP professionals may welcome opportunity for legal clarity on standing, warnings of harmful impacts on litigation financing are overblown

01 October 2022

World class patents and strategic freedom will deliver big returns for Adeia, say firm’s leaders

On the cusp of its formal split with Xperi, senior executives have outlined a positive future for the video, audio and semiconductor IP licensing business

22 September 2022

Samsung takes licence to settle US 5G patent suit

NPE 5G IP Holdings secures a settlement with the Korean giant in dispute over assets previously owned by Taiwanese R&D lab with links to Foxconn, Sharp

20 September 2022

Samsung, TSMC, Qualcomm hit with new offensive by NPE wielding Intel patents

Daedalus Prime is asserting 22 patents in six complaints in a US district court, the US International Trade Commission and a German forum

16 September 2022

Vidal’s take on discretionary denials breathes fresh air into PTAB

Saturday Opinion: The new USPTO director is doing what Congress intended the America Invents Act to do with the post-grant invalidity challenge system it created

10 September 2022

$600 million BlackBerry patent deal still alive despite exit of key financial backer

Third Eye Capital syndicate due to provide $400 million for the purchase of the portfolio pulls out, but replacements are said to be on hand

31 August 2022

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