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Apple, Ericsson agree on former Eastern Texas federal judge to mediate their DJ actions

Docket Navigator data shows that David Folsom handled 431 patent cases in his last five years as a US District Judge, and now the Jackson Walker partner mostly represents defendants

21 March 2022

How Russia’s invasion of Ukraine affects the future of IP

Short-term risk management challenges the attack poses are only one part of the equation. Vladimir Putin’s actions raise important longer-term issues too

18 March 2022

India litigation revealed in Nokia-Vivo patent dispute that is likely to go global

Two patent lawsuits have been filed by the Finnish licensor in a country where the Chinese vendor is the number one seller of 5G devices

17 March 2022

Consequences in US anti-suit injunction bill not as strong as courts’ own remedies

The Senate's "Defending American Courts Act" aimed at curbing use of Chinese anti-suit injunctions in FRAND cases may not have much effect on litigants’ incentives

16 March 2022

Analysis of patents, SEPs and standards in the smart healthcare sector

Smart healthcare is set to inaugurate radical changes in the diagnosis and treatment of patients. A deep dive into patent filings, SEP declarations and standards contributions that describe a smart healthcare application provides a compelling snapshot of this growing area

16 March 2022

Vivo sues Nokia in China over FRAND rates

Reports suggest the companies are engaged in a patent licensing dispute as they re-negotiate a previous deal to include 5G coverage

16 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

Why proposed IoT licensing negotiation groups are an antitrust non-starter

Igor Nikolic takes a deep dive into competition law to show how the proposed SEP licensing negotiation groups could be both unnecessary and damaging

09 March 2022

Oppo suit in Guangzhou sets up next chance for global FRAND ruling in China

Chinese smartphone vendor selects Guangzhou IP Court for rate-setting case to counter InterDigital’s SEP claims around the world

09 March 2022

The EU WTO patent attack on China explored from every angle

Europe has anti-suit injunctions involving SEPs firmly in its sights, but there are multiple, highly complex issues at play and context is all important. Adam Houldsworth, Jacob Schindler, Joff Wild and Bing Zhao report

02 March 2022

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