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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

16 October 2019

WIPO report: US patent filings dip for first time since 2009

The number of grants also drops while UK sees worrying fall in applications; but study has good news for EPO President Campinos

08 October 2019

New wave of company blacklistings in the US will accelerate Chinese tech’s inward turn

Eight Chinese entities – including leaders in AI, facial recognition and data forensics - added to Bureau of Industrial Security entity list

01 October 2019

Largan follows up record trade secrets win with patent campaign

Taiwanese maker of smartphone lenses is now wielding patents against not just a rival supplier but its end customer HP

30 September 2019

ITRI spin-out is plaintiff in latest genomics patent campaign

Taiwan’s Personal Genomics is going after an acquisition target of Illumina, the top player in the sequencing space

23 September 2019

With no sign of trade war compromise, DOJ official attacks Chinese system that “encourages and rewards IP theft”

Comments by Deputy Assistant Attorney General in interview also suggests that the US will continue to take a more proactive approach to policing security risks in telecoms networks  

16 September 2019

Genentech dispute highlights growing importance of trade secrets for life sciences companies

Legal and commercial developments suggest that disputes over increasingly valuable biopharma know-how, proprietary information and data will increase in years to come.

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

10 September 2019

IP boutique seeks to show that new thinking on diversity is not just for Big Law

“We’re in a field of innovation but firms don’t do anything,” claims Harrity & Harrity managing partner John Harrity  on launch of incubator project

07 September 2019

For the US Defense Department, China is not the IP problem – data is

Despite the claims being made by politicians, a re-engineered IP strategy at the Pentagon has little to do with theft and everything to do with trade secrets

06 September 2019

New analysis points to long-term decline in US patent prosecution

The continuing shift from quantity to quality, and perhaps more reliance on trade secrets, have led to patentees cutting back on filing applications

30 August 2019

Licensing intellectual property in a changing trade environment

The US government is bringing export controls and Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States reviews to bear in its IP confrontation with China. IP executives must become familiar with these and other legal instruments, and how they affect R&D and licensing strategies

28 August 2019

Of trade secrets, trade wars and trade-offs

The United States and China are locked in an escalating battle over trade secrets and other IP rights for which there will be no clear winner

21 August 2019

US removes 5G work exemption from Huawei ban

The Commerce Department extended Huawei’s temporary licence yesterday, but it dropped a provision that allowed technology sharing as part of 5G standards development

20 August 2019

US extends Huawei temporary licence at last minute

The Chinese company and its many business and technology partners still face great uncertainty