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Patenting AI: the IP office perspective

21-04-2021Alex Baldwin

As the number of AI patent applications grow worldwide, IP offices have the difficult task of granting or refusing protection.

Dehns merges with Germany’s KGP

Germany21-04-2021Movers & ShakersAlex Baldwin

Dehns has merged with German patent and trademark firm Kudlek Grunert & Partner.

Juniper, Nokia lose PTAB bid to review ‘hat-trick’ patent

20-04-2021Muireann Bolger

Juniper Networks and Nokia failed to convince a US Patent and Trademark Office tribunal to review a patent belonging to Core Optical Technologies (Core), marking the third occasion that it has avoided scrutiny.

Fed Circ overturns Raytheon engine patent decision

19-04-2021Alex Baldwin

Raytheon has convinced the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit that its aircraft engine patent was wrongly invalidated by the Patent Trial and Appeal Board.

Apple granted new damages trial over $506 million patent verdict

15-04-2021Alex Baldwin

Apple has been granted a new damages trial by a Texas judge following a ruling in August that ordered the tech giant to pay $506 million for infringing 4G standard essential patents.

Pitfalls in licensing litigation

International14-04-2021Alex Baldwin

Covering as many bases as you can is essential for both parties when drafting a license agreement. If and when disputes arise, you want to avoid as many pitfalls as possible to avoid litigation, and failing that, an unfavorable outcome.

EPO BoA report shows successful 2020, despite COVID impact

EU13-04-2021Alex Baldwin

Despite the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the European Patent Office’s Board of Appeals saw a successful 2020, offsetting the impact of the pandemic with decreases to its case backlog and pendency time for cases, according to the Annual Report 2020 of the Boards of Appeal.

Ericsson gains backing of Iancu, Tillis, Michel in FRAND dispute

13-04-2021Muireann Bolger

Ericsson has secured the support of the former director of the US Trademark and Patent Office Andrei Iancu, Senator Thom Tillis and former Federal Circuit Judge Paul Michel, in its international standard-essential patents dispute with Samsung.

LG and SK settle EV battery dispute

South Korea12-04-2021Alex Baldwin

LG Energy Solution and SK Innovation have resolved a multibillion dollar trade secrets dispute over electric vehicle batteries, sidestepping a USITC decision that would have barred SK from importing its batteries into the US.

Nokia, Lenovo end global SEP dispute with licensing deal

China, Finland, Germany09-04-2021Rory O'Neill

Nokia and Lenovo have settled a global patent dispute over video compression technology, ending litigation that spanned across multiple continents since 2019.

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