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Samsung takes licence to settle US 5G patent suit

NPE 5G IP Holdings secures a settlement with the Korean giant in dispute over assets previously owned by Taiwanese R&D lab with links to Foxconn, Sharp

20 September 2022

New report reveals pandemic’s significant impact on patent filing and abandonment

Though some chief IP officers applaud their firm’s innovation amid adversity, exclusive data analysis in the IAM Q3 2022 Special Report shows a downward trend in US applications

13 September 2022

Nokia wins new patent injunction as Dutch Oppo suit backfires

A Dutch sales ban follows a series of German victories for the Finnish company

09 September 2022

Intentional connection, innovation incentives key to growing monetisable patent portfolio

Dolby Laboratories’ director of IP strategy and operations provides best practices for building valuable patent and trademark portfolios against a backdrop of global crises

08 September 2022

USPTO director seeks to drive US patent standards participation

Kathi Vidal says the agency is working with NIST and the Biden administration to build strategies that will lead to greater involvement

07 September 2022

Nokia/Oppo dispute to provide interesting test of new German injunction rules

The Chinese handset maker is seeking to shut down the Finnish company’s base stations

05 September 2022

Huawei outspends rival telecoms innovators on R&D

Although the Chinese giant is currently number one, doubts have been raised as to whether its current levels of investment are sustainable

26 August 2022

IPBC Asia all set for Tokyo this autumn

The Asia-Pacific region’s premier event about the business of IP will take place in the Japanese capital from 31 October to 2 November

10 August 2022

Oppo’s German withdrawal suggests patent dispute with Nokia will be decided in Asia

The Chinese companies' decision to leave such a potentially lucrative growth market is an unprecedented development in SEP licensing battles

08 August 2022

Anti-suit relief may be about to get a second wind in UK FRAND cases

Following a recent decision in a case involving Philips and Oppo, a resurgence in such injunctions could be on the cards

08 August 2022

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