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21 January 2019

While Qualcomm’s legal problems still appear daunting it's worth remembering that it is its licensing practices not technology that’s on trial

Amassing more than $7 billion in annual royalties, as the San Diego business did at its peak a few years ago, cannot simply be the product of sharp elbowed monetisation tactics

17 January 2019

University domination of the biologics patent landscape points way to heightened deal-making in the coming years

New report shows research institutions dominate the field, with UCAL, Johns Hopkins, Stanford, the NIH, Harvard and Singapore’s Agency for Science Technology & Research leading the way between 2015 and 2018

17 January 2019

As the FTC rests its case against Qualcomm it’s advantage Apple at the PTAB

Series of IPRs instituted against chipmaker’s patents including against patent that was subject of controversial ITC ruling

15 January 2019

Coolpad CEO removed after lamenting lax IP enforcement in China

The executive who charted a new course for the company based in part on patent monetisation sounded disillusioned with China’s IP system days before his ouster

15 January 2019

Latest lawsuits underline importance of TiVo’s licensing battle with Comcast

The TV guide technology business has accused the cable giant of infringing eight of its rights as talk again turns to a possible sell-off of the products business in order to focus entirely on licensing

14 January 2019

Five takeaways from China’s 2018 patent statistics

Patent office officials in Beijing reveal the country's top patent recipients, amount of cross-border royalty flows and ambiguous data on foreign firms' patenting activity

11 January 2019

Readiness to arbitrate with Huawei demonstrates InterDigital's FRAND intentions, CEO says

In exclusive interview with IAM, Bill Merritt claims that ADR can prevent current licence conflict with Huawei becoming a flashpoint in the US-China trade battle

10 January 2019

Microsoft and LG Electronics announce auto tech deal after patent transfer

The companies renewed their cross-licence over the summer. Patent assignments last month and a new technology partnership show there is plenty of opportunity for the two to collaborate

08 January 2019

Immersion appoints former Nokia and Dolby executive as its new CEO

The appointment of Ramzi Haidamus comes just days after the touchscreen technology company announced a partnership and licensing deal with Google

08 January 2019

Monsanto prevails in closely-watched Indian Supreme Court case

Reports say the top court upheld the patentability of novel genetically lab-engineered chemical entities like the company's blockbuster Bt cotton variety

04 January 2019

All the major China IP stories you missed over the holidays

Retrial ordered in Huawei v InterDigital; Apple representatives threatened with detention in continuing injunction flap; national IP appeals court opens doors and much more from the Middle Kingdom

04 January 2019

In licensing battle with Qualcomm, Apple is now in a very unfamiliar position

When it fought the smartphone wars, the iPhone giant was riding the crest of a sales wave; the current dispute, though, is being conducted as times get tougher

20 December 2018

MIT and Harvard lead the world’s research institutions for patent quality, but look out for the rise of China

The research centres which produce the most world-leading assets are currently found in the US and Europe, but analysis shows that Chinese universities are beginning to catch up (Picture: MIT)

14 December 2018

Vingroup takes Qualcomm 5G licence as it seeks to put Vietnamese smartphones on the map

Vietnam’s most valuable listed company launches its first handsets in Ho Chi Minh City today, just days after announcing 51% stake in Spanish electronics firm BQ

11 December 2018

SEP owners find more reason to cheer latest DOJ proposal on injunctions

Despite proposed new statement, question remains over the extent to which Makan Delrahim’s FRAND policy will find approval with the man likely to be the next Attorney General