Patent office measures target long-held goal of greater IP activity from the SME sector and less reliance on conglomerates
But study by Chinese trade body shows that respondents who fight back do surprisingly well
Impending US-China deal, a big Supreme Court ruling in India and a new licensing programme from Toyota are among the regional highlights
Moon Jae-in (centre) made the comments amid an international dispute with Japan. He also said IP can help prevent conglomerates from seizing technology from smaller firms
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
Battery maker will argue that LG Chem’s US trade secret litigation is against the national interest
South Korean government study also shows that NPEs continue to target foreign defendants in places like Marshall, Texas (pictured) post TC Heartland
Firms welcomed tougher measures against infringers at IPBC Korea 2019 last week, but there are concerns about a recent initiative to attract more foreign litigants through the use of English-language hearings
After nine years of legal manoeuvring, the US chipmaker has won approval for its licensing practices in Japan. But in other parts of the region, antitrust doubts remain
The government is quickly moving on to its next proposal for patent litigation reform, weeks after successfully pushing amendments on damages and evidence collection onto the legislative agenda
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
National Assembly approves Patent Law amendments to impose punitive damages and lower the burden of proof for rights holders
Top legal experts in South Korea provide an exclusive insight into the country’s patent prosecution and litigation strategy for 2018
Questions emerge about whether ToolGen properly acquired foundational gene editing patents, and how much government support founder Kim Jin-soo received for his breakthrough invention.
New report claims status of US, EU and UK as leading innovators under threat as they struggle to maximise return on R&D investment.