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16 September 2019

Kyocera scores another auto deal in haptics push

Litigation filed in Germany helped the Japanese electronics firm add auto supplier Preh to a list of licensees which already includes Robert Bosch

13 September 2019

Patent litigation is one reason why the UK will remain in the legal premier league

Despite the pervading sense of gloom, the quality of English courts and lawyers - and the remedies now available to plaintiffs - mean that there is an IP bright spot amidst the carnage of Brexit

13 September 2019

Volkswagen is a patent leader in the auto industry, but faces major challenges   

Detailed portfolio analysis shows that the German vehicle manufacturer has innovated in electrical power systems and autonomous driving. Software, though, is a weak spot

12 September 2019

Huawei CEO: our 5G IP can be had for an upfront fee

Ren Zhengfei welcomes telecom equipment competition with a grandiose offer, but some key details are still open to question

06 September 2019

Europe leads the world in the availability of meaningful injunctive relief for patent plaintiffs

The IAM Injunction Tracker moves its focus to France, Germany, the Netherlands and the UK - all jurisdictions in which meaningful and powerful exclusionary rights are in the gift of courts which are not afraid to impose them

03 September 2019

Irish Supreme Court decision opens door to interlocutory injunctions

The more flexible test looks set to end the run of adverse decisions that have affected rights holders in one of Europe’s key life sciences hubs

30 August 2019

Why start-ups should get serious about patent protection

Only a small percentage of the world’s tech start-ups develop a patent portfolio of any depth, but failure to align IP strategy with long-term business objectives could cost companies millions down the line in litigation and licensing fees

30 August 2019

IP market news highlights

Some of the major news stories carried on the IAM platform in June and July

30 August 2019

Taken for granted

Patent prosecution remains a key part of IP practices at law firms all over the globe but as rights holders place more emphasis on the quality of their grants, specialists need to ensure that they stay up to date with the latest developments. In a co-published editorial, IAM brings together experts from top firms around the world to offer invaluable insight into how prosecution is changing.

30 August 2019

The Boston Manifesto

While significant progress has been made in increasing and amplifying women in IP-related careers, there is still work to be done. Just before IPBC Global 2019, a group of leaders got together to discuss how best to do this. The result was the Boston Manifesto

30 August 2019

Trespassing prohibited

The availability of injunctive relief varies widely around the world. In our first analysis of the global injunction landscape we lift the lid on which jurisdictions provide the best opportunity for a sales ban

29 August 2019

Five things to know about Globalfoundries’ big litigation play

TSMC is the target and nineteen other tech firms are in the crossfire. Here are the takeaways from a big chip sector dispute that’s taking on a trade war tinge

29 August 2019

InterDigital looks to London and a FRAND injunction to resolve dispute with Lenovo

US firm accuses Chinese tech giant of patent infringement and seeks redress in UK and US courts, but also makes plain its preference for an arbitration alternative

28 August 2019

SEP licensing lessons from the recent past

The landscape around SEPs is producing inefficiencies for licensees, licensors and other interested parties. A new approach is needed

26 August 2019

Three key IP takeaways from Bayer's $7.6 billion sale of its animal health unit

The German company's divestiture to Elanco is the latest example of a pharma giant fleeing non-core business areas - and it is unlikely to be the last