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AI and blockchain are helping to transform IP market, says Erich Spangenberg

IAM speaks to IPwe founder about the new patterns of patent deal-making made possible by developing technologies

30 May 2022

Spotlight: Maxell

Featured in Special Report 2022 Q2: The Asia IP Elite

30 May 2022

Immersion hits Meta with infringement lawsuit targeting VR products

Texas suit over the Quest 2 VR system is the haptics tech licensing company’s first assertion since 2018

27 May 2022

Xperi taps chief legal officer to lead IP licensing spinoff

Paul Davis appointed to run Adeia following the departure of Samir Armaly, as company makes internal promotion ahead of planned autumn spin-out for patent business

26 May 2022

UCal further strengthens CRISPR position in Europe, but Cas9 licensing situation remains tricky

EPO Opposition Division upholds another key Doudna patent, but several gene-editing appeals are still in play

26 May 2022

SEP and FRAND discussions take centre-stage at IAM’s Auto IP USA

Delegates in Detroit from OEMs and suppliers were focused on the transformation of their industry and SEP licensing debates, just after Ford received a German injunction in a suit filed by an Avanci licensor

25 May 2022

SEP stakeholders weigh in as EU mulls changes to FRAND framework

Reaction to a Commission call for evidence was more muted than the recent consultation exercise in the US, but raised some important points specific to Europe

24 May 2022

German injunction heaps pressure on Ford to take Avanci 4G licence

IP Bridge wins right to enjoin Detroit carmaker from selling into crucial market

24 May 2022

IPBC Global 2022 approaches sell-out territory

The world’s pre-eminent event focusing on IP value creation takes place in Chicago from 12 to 14 June with over 500 senior delegates set to attend

19 May 2022

Copyright law must keep up with evolving AI technology if industry is to flourish

Legal ambiguities over ownership and protection are holding back a cutting-edge technology that could have immense value. Faiz Rahman and Kamalkumar Rathinasamy of Infosys argue that policy makers must focus on creating an IP framework that serves businesses, the economy and the public good

18 May 2022

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