Organisation: Samsung

US judges are warning implementers to take FRAND negotiations seriously, or else

Due to Samsung’s bad-faith FRAND negotiation tactic, “what they awarded us was dramatically more per unit than our settlement offers”, says Jason Sheasby, G+ Communications’ attorney

14 February 2024

South Korea most likely to take the lead in lithium-ion battery race

As the global lithium-ion battery invention space continues to grow in portfolio size and strength, all eyes are on South Korean firms, which dominate the top 10 patent holders. According to analysis, the country is on the path to claiming the patent portfolio top spot from Japan in the coming years.

14 February 2024

Another year, another multi-million-dollar jury verdict against Samsung

Electronics giant ordered to pay G+ Communications $67.5 million – the latest in a string of decisions against it over the past decade

05 February 2024

Qualcomm announces agreement extensions with Apple, Samsung

The extension of these licences is good news for the company but it does not expect a material change in Qualcomm Technology Licensing’s revenues

01 February 2024

InterDigital scores new Samsung licence for TVs, monitors

An InterDigital-Sony joint licensing programme are the patent holders and Samsung has licensed rights to Wi-Fi, video codec, and ATSC 3.0 assets, but arbitration is ongoing about a mobile renewal

17 January 2024

Dive into trade secret complaints at the US International Trade Commission

We’re going beneath the surface using Docket Navigator data about ITC trade secret cases in light of Samsung Display’s new allegations against BOE

20 November 2023

Graphical user interface protection struggling despite promising Calcutta High Court decision

While a fresh decision is a positive step forward for GUI protection, it clashes with the Designs Office's stance, which is becoming increasingly outdated. In order to keep up with today’s business reality, the Indian Designs Act is in dire need of a serious overhaul.

15 November 2023

Oracle and Apple won IPR stays from US Judge Albright and others. Can you?

In a recent trend, even those US district courts that loathe to stay litigation are scrutinising PTAB institution decisions when assessing whether an IPR will simplify litigation

10 October 2023

Recent high-profile AV1 and VP9 assertions are not the first in US courts, data reveals

Docket Navigator research shows seven US district court cases related to new video codec AV1, and 56 cases mentioning older version VP9, showing the holes in the codecs' royalty-free licensing pledges

11 September 2023

InterDigital-Samsung arbitration has begun as Lenovo funds continue flowing

Liren Chen, CEO of the Delaware-based licensing business, pledged to make Lenovo pay fully – not just for cellular SEPs as the UK case commanded, but video technologies sought in its German litigation

04 August 2023

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