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17 June 2019

IPBC Global 2019 – Day One highlights

All the big stories from the first full day of the world’s pre-eminent conference about IP value creation

17 June 2019

Why it's time for the world of patents to embrace diversity and gender equality

Special IAM boardroom session at IPBC Global 2019 focuses on how to get more women involved in senior positions in the global IP market - and why everyone will win when it happens

14 June 2019

“First do no harm” should be the guiding light of all attempts at patent reform

The current debate in the US around legislative changes to the eligible subject matter regime stands in marked contrast to the one triggered by the Innovation Act between 2013 and 2016

08 June 2019

Alice inventor - why more needs to be done on the Tillis and Coons 101 proposal

In this opinion piece, Ian K Shepherd - the man whose invention was at the heart of the pivotal SCOTUS decision - explains what the current patentable subject matter reform draft gets wrong 

05 June 2019

Inside the rapidly changing global market for patent legal services

In advance of the online publication of the 2019 edition of the IAM Patent 1000, we reveal the key takeaways uncovered during the research process

04 June 2019

The SEP state of play in Europe’s major jurisdictions

Recent decisions in Germany, the UK, the Netherlands and France have shed much greater light on where the continent’s top patent litigation venues are heading on FRAND-related disputes

01 June 2019

A rotten Apple standard

In a blistering opinion piece, former Vringo chief legal officer David Cohen accuses the iPhone giant of deliberately plotting to destroy SEP licensing

31 May 2019

What it’s like to sue a Chinese company for patent infringement in China

Sandro Spina of Vectis IP tells IAM why Spanish client Fractus decided to go after Oppo and Vivo in Beijing and Shanghai, and what plaintiffs need to know about enforcing in China's courts

28 May 2019

Kevin Rivette: why we need $100,000 patents

It should cost six figures from the start of the grant process if you want quality, strategic assets that are going to do real work in helping their owners, Rembrandts author says

27 May 2019

Kevin Rivette: what people still get wrong about Rembrandts in the Attic

Twenty years since the publication of his seminal book, the renowned IP thinker explains why some of its messages still don’t hit home

25 May 2019

The key to unlocking <em>Alice</em> - inventor at centre of case on tackling its legacy

The law on patent-eligible subject matter was transformed by the Supreme Court's decision. Five years on, Ian K Shepherd believes there is a way to escape the negative impact of the judgment

22 May 2019

The latest developments from this year's INTA meeting

Our final instalment of news, gossip, views and analysis from the world's biggest IP event, now winding down in Boston  

22 May 2019

Next up on Trump's trade war radar: drones and cameras

US authorities are considering Huawei-style export bans targeting Chinese firms including DJI and Hikvision, according to reports. Both have past IP ties with big American tech firms

21 May 2019

All the news from the world's biggest IP event

The annual INTA meeting is now in full swing in Boston, with over 11,000 delegates in attendance. Not surprisingly, there is a lot going on