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15 February 2020

The impact of Covid-19 will be felt across the global IP market

The race to patent a treatment for coronavirus in China is heating up, but its spread could be the story that affects every other story in tech this year

14 February 2020

It’s a tight race for autonomous driving patent leadership

New analysis gives unparalleled insight into the key players in self-drive technologies and shows Waymo, Toyota, GM and Ford vying for top spot

14 February 2020

Five keys to successful technology licensing with the not-for-profit community

Huge amounts of innovation in the university and wider research worlds remain untapped but there are some clear tips to follow as companies search for new sources of value

13 February 2020

Slack the latest tech company to pick up former Yahoo! assets

As parent company winds itself up, Excalibur IP keeps doing deals - although big syndicated transaction remains elusive

13 February 2020

Gilead suffers setback in controversial $1 billion patent dispute with US government

A loss for the Californian company in the high-profile case could lead to a more proactive IP strategy from the federal government

12 February 2020

US play for Nokia or Ericsson no long-term 5G solution, says Qualcomm engineering chief

Speaking at an event in Washington DC, Susie Armstrong claims that if policymakers want to help they should support a strong IP system and clarify rules on American participation in standards setting

11 February 2020

Former Ford IP supremo Bill Coughlin on the end of the “age of unreasonableness” in auto

Speaking exclusively to IAM, the new CEO of law firm Harness Dickey advocates revisiting US royalty rate case law, while hailing a new Toyota licensing initiative as a big step  

11 February 2020

Antitrust considerations now a much bigger factor in pharma patent dealmaking

Following recent forced divestments - and with growing political concern about life sciences acquisitions - the signs are that regulators will play a larger role in transactions

11 February 2020

Toshiba patent disposals continue with Toyota deal

Transaction comes shortly after former Toshiba patents appeared in US NPE litigation against Fiat Chrysler

10 February 2020

The six big ways the US and Europe differ on software patents

With approaches to computer-implemented inventions varying on either side of the Atlantic, there are a series of key distinctions that applicants should be aware of

10 February 2020

Gilead downplays Chinese lab’s coronavirus patent

“Too early to discuss” compulsory licensing of remdesivir, US company says as it continues clinical trials of antiviral in Wuhan

10 February 2020

“Aggregate licensees, don’t do other stuff” - why it’s Dan McCurdy’s RPX now

With the sale of e-discovery business, Microsoft back on board and a drop in patent sales, defensive operator’s CEO has put his stamp on the business

08 February 2020

The inconvenient truth is that the West gifted China its 5G leadership

A lack of foresight and a complete absence of joined up thinking in both the US and Europe have handed Huawei and others huge advantages in a technology space that is set to change the world

07 February 2020

Qualcomm and Nokia report licensing numbers in a week to remember for 5G

Chip giant continues to see big uplift after Apple settlement, while Finnish company’s royalty income suggest it is still waiting for significant monetary boost from latest technology

07 February 2020

China’s top chip foundry is latest target of US NPE

It is the second time SMIC, said to do one-third of its sales with American customers, will contend with former AMD patents in US courts