Topic: Non-practising entities

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NPE uses former Intel patents to attack semiconductor companies

Daedalus Prime has filed US district court and ITC actions against MediaTek, NXP Semiconductors and Qualcomm in cases relating to chips used in automotive infotainment systems

30 August 2022

Tell Judge Connolly about litigation finance and ownership structures – or else

The chief judge of the US District Court for the District of Delaware has taken action against two patent plaintiffs who did not comply with recent standing orders

27 August 2022

New twist in IPRs of patents that secured $2.18 billion damages verdict against Intel

Documents supplied in the USPTO Director review of the case indicate petitioner sought payments from the chip maker as well as rights holder VLSI

23 August 2022

Intel’s mega monetisation deal with IPValue may raise eyebrows but makes perfect sense

The chipmaker spawned the term “patent troll” and has been highly critical of NPEs, but negative business headwinds mean that putting its world-class portfolio of IP assets to work is a no brainer

19 August 2022

IPValue – the licensing business that rarely goes to court

Despite holding thousands of patents and being active for over 20 years, Docket Navigator data shows that the firm’s entities have filed just 32 litigation actions since 2008

15 August 2022

No decision on possible WiLAN sale yet taken, says Quarterhill CEO

A strategic review that began in December 2021 is ongoing with several options being explored and meanwhile the firm continues to do deals

11 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

Intel transfers 5,000 assets to IPValue in major patent deal

The portfolio covers a wide range of the tech produced by the Silicon Valley giant and will now be monetised by an entity named Tahoe Research Limited

08 August 2022

US judge rejects claims that EU data regulations required heavy redaction of documents in NPE patent case

Defendant Continental had argued that the GDPR meant it had to black out key information in a case brought by Arigna Technology against a group of OEMs

04 August 2022

Recession fears could spur more companies toward patent monetisation

Sales offer quick revenue say those in the know, and while licensing programmes bring the most value they also carry higher costs

26 July 2022

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