After success with an earlier action at the commission, the TV guide business is once more seeking an exclusion order as it looks to hurt its rival’s cable platform
Deals with failed Korean smartphone maker Pantech and AT&T turned 2017 into a bumper year for iPhone giant
Head of American advocacy group explains why he has given up on home soil and has chosen Beijing to launch action against iPhone maker over video codec technology
South Korean government study also shows that NPEs continue to target foreign defendants in places like Marshall, Texas (pictured) post TC Heartland
SiOnyx, which is owned by the investment giant, and co-plaintiff Harvard accuses Japanese optical devices manufacturer of patent infringement
At a well-attended Washington DC meeting on Wednesday, key stakeholders struggled to get past a series of issues that have consistently hampered attempts to deliver changes to Section 101 via Congress
The prize of certainty, the big question over Huawei and America’s search for a 5G champion comes to a close
In an interview with IAM, firm president Joe Siino (pictured, far right) also confirms expansion of operations in Hong Kong, with former Technicolor licensing head Deirdre Leane soon to join the team
The Japanese OEM completed a big patent acquisition from Lexmark in 2013 to boost its inkjet business, and a new deal suggests it wants to get more money out of those 1,500 assets
In a period of marked change at the board, early numbers suggest the Supreme Court’s landmark decision is leading to greater discretion among petitioners
No free passes insists Excalibur head as he contemplates future of $250m portfolio after parent company announces dissolution
Shenzhen-based Transsion is a dominant market player in Africa, but a light IP portfolio might complicate its ambitious expansion plans
As two of the world’s largest tech businesses aggressively grow their patent stockpiles a new entrant from China is the one to watch
The big stories from the IAM platform in February and March.
CNIPA has promised to reduce examination times, but users are more concerned about quality. Agency's deputy director waves off the suggestion that 90% of its issued patents are 'junk'