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Dealing with 5G disappointment

The latest wireless standard hasn’t yet found its ‘killer app’ for consumers, and it’s affecting licensing negotiations

23 April 2022

UK InterDigital v Lenovo decision could be pivotal for global SEP strategies

The High Court of England and Wales will soon hand down a judgment from its second ever full FRAND trial

12 April 2022

Study shows which countries and companies are amassing metaverse-related patents

Research on metaverse patents shows leadership in the US and China and significant assets assigned to IBM, Microsoft and other major IP-owning companies

08 April 2022

Five key takeaways from IPBC Europe

Returning from two action-packed days in London, IAM Deputy Editor Adam Houldsworth reflects on the surprising state of corporate UPC strategies, the rise of AI, FRAND fireworks and more

02 April 2022

Nokia hires Arvin Patel to lead multimedia patent licensing programme

Company says appointment of Intellectual Ventures COO will help it build on momentum in the video space

28 March 2022

After sealing Apple patent deal, a WiLAN sale may be next on the agenda

It is a complete business with a strong portfolio, and processes and a methodology for optimising returns, says CEO of parent company Quarterhill

24 March 2022

Wider implications for patent owners if Apple wins appeal of $308.5 million ‘submarine’ verdict

If Personalized Media Communications loses its quest to restore the verdict, and the Federal Circuit issues precedent on the prosecution laches defence, it could impact certain rights holders who have used serial prosecution or continuation practices

23 March 2022

Vectis IP launches new patent pool, emphasises untapped European IP licensing potential

IAM speaks to Sandro Spina about the new JPEG XS licensing programme

21 March 2022

Access Advance changes licence terms in the wake of landmark non-FRAND finding

New duplicate royalty reimbursement approach adopted following recent blow in Dusseldorf

09 March 2022

IP profession sorely needs targeted recruitment programmes to overcome ‘motherhood penalty’

Working mothers have left the workforce in droves during the pandemic, which is sure to cause a detrimental impact on an IP profession that already has a huge gender imbalance

05 March 2022

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