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21 October 2019

If you think your insurance covers you for IP disputes, you may need to think again

Recent case law in the US shows that many companies who believed their insurers should pay-out on IP-related litigation claims have been left disappointed

19 October 2019

Why the Red Hat tail will end up wagging the Big Blue dog

IBM's decision to purchase the open source powerhouse was a $34 billion bet on the future and from an IP perspective something has to give

18 October 2019

Federal Circuit <em>Tarceva</em> decision is good news for oncology patent owners

Appellate court overturns PTAB invalidation, citing uncertainties of R&D in the lucrative cancer space, as well as lack of data in prior art

16 October 2019

Tencent dips back into patent market with third IBM deal

Chinese internet giant faces NPE litigation in the US and upstart Chinese rivals that are getting smart on patents

15 October 2019

As PTAB settlement rate ticks up some see evidence of a maturing review system

Data shows both pre- and post-institution agreements at highest levels since 2014 and comes against backdrop of dramatic fall in new IPR filings

15 October 2019

California’s first-of-a-kind reverse payment law is a further obstacle to litigation settlements

Pharma patent litigation settlements involving the transfer of “anything of value” to the generic are now presumed anti-competitive under Golden State law

11 October 2019

Patent litigation continues to fall in the US - but perhaps not all companies are noticing

While the number of new cases filed at district courts has declined through the year, analysis from RPX indicates that one key metric was up in the third quarter

10 October 2019

Suits against Facebook, Snap and Twitter indicated a Blackberry change of tack, but now it’s running into a familiar problem

PTAB IPR institutions pile up after the Canadian tech pioneer went on the patent offensive against giants of the social media market; how the cases pan out will be key to its licensing efforts

10 October 2019

Patent term adjustments in the US are readjusted, again

Two recent Federal Circuit decisions have shed further light on a highly litigated area of biopharma patent law

09 October 2019

Intel can’t knock out Chinese state lab’s chip patent

Invalidation efforts in both China and the United States have come up short as the US chip giant faces Chinese infringement claims

07 October 2019

US, Japan suits point to new IP Bridge licensing campaigns

The patent fund got leadership earlier this year, but willingness to litigate in its own name and work with assertion entities appears unchanged   

07 October 2019

Judge Moore's “validity goulash” comments cause Congressman to wade into eligibility debate

Representative Doug Collins claims CAFC propeller shaft patent decision underlines need for legislative action on 101

04 October 2019

The new China dynamic, pool progress and more from our Patent Licensing event

The big takeaways from a day of deal-making discussions in the heart of Silicon Valley

03 October 2019

Chip foundries bring high-stakes patent litigation to Singapore

TSMC hits back against Globalfoundries with countersuits in the US, Germany and Singapore. The headline grabbing dispute takes place as the Lion City attempts to lure more cases with legal reforms

03 October 2019

Impact of <em>Oracle v Google</em> on software industry may not be as great as many fear, says senior Microsoft exec

Speaking at IAM's Software IP event, associate general counsel Isabella Fu was reacting to US solicitor general's recommendation that the Supreme Court doesn't take the controversial case