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New report lays bare the worrying extent of the UK's IP malaise

British companies lag their competitors on a number of measures, as well as on business investment in R&D, according to research published today

03 May 2021

How India can chart a course to IP leadership

Top voices from industry and private practice reckon with the strengths and weaknesses of country’s IP environment

15 April 2021

How mapping IP and other intangibles can drive business value

The long read: Charting the value of intellectual assets can be difficult, writes Deloitte's Tim Heberden, but there are ways of showing their role as the drivers of revenue, efficiency and risk, and even in locating the value flows between them

14 April 2021

The SCOTUS Oracle v Google decision reflects the reality of how the software industry works, claims Lemley

The justice's landmark ruling greenlights search giant’s use of Sun Java API in a judgment that brought delight to many, but raised concerns for some copyright owners

13 April 2021

Senator Tillis: next USPTO head can’t bring the “death squad” back to the agency

In an exclusive interview, the influential US legislator reveals his tier-one IP priorities and explains why Tiffany Cunningham looks like the right CAFC pick

06 April 2021

Legislators tell the White House that IP must move up the to-do list

After letter from Senators Leahy and Tillis telling President Biden to pick up the pace of appointments, Hill source tells IAM that IP needs to be seen as a tier one priority

31 March 2021

Korean royalty gap widens as tech giants pay more patent fees

Country’s central bank says conglomerates’ patent licensing obligations drove big swing in national balance of IP payments

24 March 2021

Ant Group and Alibaba deploy blockchain for IP trading and enforcement, but patent solutions are further off

Chinese businesses with vast interest in protecting content and brands are turning to distributed ledger technology, and the country’s innovative Internet Courts are very receptive

23 March 2021

Taiwan’s Largan walks away from IP fight with record damage award, CEO apology and big ownership stake in rival

Recent PTAB filings, however, suggest that the lens maker’s conflict with US tech company HP continues

11 March 2021

Key takeaways from the second year of China’s IP appeals court

High-tech IP disputes in China continue to increase, with more software and antitrust cases reaching the nation’s top appellate body

05 March 2021

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