Region: European Union

Why English litigation will retain a crucial strategic role in the era of the UPC

Though the UK will not be part of the new pan-EU system, it will contain to play a vital role in European litigation

26 October 2022

Ericsson and Nokia Q3 reports demonstrate high stakes of ongoing SEP disputes

Delays in renewing licences have eroded the profit margins of two of Europe’s biggest innovators

21 October 2022

UPC judges appointed – what you need to know

German judges take key positions with Dutch appointments also featuring prominently

20 October 2022

Nokia targeting broad range of new sectors for licensing deals, says Arvin Patel

Having been quick out of the blocks, the company’s New Segments team is targeting a slew of major patent opportunities

14 October 2022

Germany leads the pack in green European patent applications

Sustainable innovation industries are stamping their authority on European IP landscape

13 October 2022

Trade secrets strategies are falling short, suggests EU study

Despite widespread discussion of the importance of non-patent IP, company management of proprietary information leaves room for improvement

13 October 2022

EU’s Teva patent abuse allegations reflect growing competition law scrutiny of IP strategies

The European Commission has preliminarily found that the Israeli company has broken antitrust rules

11 October 2022

Unified Patent Court opening date unveiled – what you need to know

A roadmap for the new system’s launch is a final wake-up call for companies still forming their UPC strategies

10 October 2022

The UPC is a game-changer on both sides of the Atlantic

The go-live date for the UPC is nearing and IP leaders in the US are taking it seriously

08 October 2022

Global patent community waking up to potential UPC impact

IAM Q2 panel report reveals growing awareness of new European patent system’s strategic significance

26 September 2022

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