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US jurisdiction report: How to lose a winning patent lawsuit

US12-09-2018Paul J Sutton

In patent and other types of lawsuits, an equitable defence is permitted where a defendant has a burden of proving that the plaintiff has acted unethically or has acted in bad faith with respect to the subject matter of the complaint. It is sometimes referred to as the ‘unclean hands’ doctrine, where those seeking equity must do equity. A judge has the power to sanction attorneys and parties.

Wanted: experts on SEP licensing and FRAND

EU12-09-2018mobile devices, TelecomsAdrian Howes

When deciding who to pick for its expert group on standard-essential patents, the European Commission should focus on people with real-world experience in licensing and valuation, says Adrian Howes of Nokia.

Conference preview: LES 2018 Annual Meeting


The Licensing Executives Society will host its 2018 Annual Meeting in Boston, from October 14 to 17, as WIPR finds out.

FRAND: beginning with a three-pronged approach

International10-09-2018Steven Pepe, Kevin Post and Samuel Brenner

Standard-essential patent owners should begin by considering three major questions when crafting a strategy for licensing patents on fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory terms, say Steven Pepe, Kevin Post and Samuel Brenner of Ropes & Gray.

5 common IP traps startups should avoid

US07-09-2018Kirk Sigmon

Startups can avoid or mitigate IP problems if they are wary of five common mistakes, says Kirk Sigmon of Banner & Witcoff.

The end of copyright as we know it, avoided

EU, Germany05-09-2018ArtsUlrike Grübler

The CJEU’s decision in a case concerning copyright and a school presentation has provided some good guidance for rights owners, says Ulrike Grübler of DLA Piper.

IP Week @ SG 2018: MyRepublic on IP and the cloud


Malcolm Rodrigues, CEO of Singapore-based telecoms company MyRepublic, talks to WIPR about IP protection and cloud technology amid IP Week @ SG 2018, which ends on September 5.

Extraterritoriality and infringement of blockchain claims

UK03-09-2018Frederick Rein, Andrew Riley and Vi Tran

When filing US patent infringement claims over blockchain components located anywhere in the world, parties can pursue damages for potentially infringing activities outside of the US. Frederick Rein, Andrew Riley and Vi Tran of Goodwin report.

How to conduct a blockchain IP audit

30-08-2018Andrew MacArthur and Ralph Dengler

Protecting blockchain products requires a deep understanding of a company’s relevant assets, so an IP audit can clarify the benefits and risks before proceeding with commercialisation, say Andrew MacArthur and Ralph Dengler of Venable.

IP Week @ SG 2018: Learning more about IP ValueLab

International, Singapore29-08-2018

Before IP Week @ SG 2018, which takes place on September 4 and 5, 2018, Tan Shau En, executive director of the IP ValueLab, tells WIPR more about how the enterprise engagement arm of IPOS is encouraging innovation in Singapore.

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