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Battistelli to succeed Campinos as training centre board chair


Benoît Battistelli, the current head of the European Patent Office (EPO), has been elected as chairman of the Center for International Intellectual Property Studies’ administrative board.

Hytera fires back at Motorola with competition lawsuit


Radio manufacturer Hytera Communications has accused Motorola Solutions of engaging in anti-competitive practices in the latest twist in the war between the two companies.

BlackBerry ‘accepts’ $157m patent payment to Nokia


Canadian technology company BlackBerry has said it accepts a ruling from the International Court of Arbitration which ordered it to pay $157 million in patent licensing fees to Nokia.

Three suits filed by Apple and Qualcomm on busy day for US court


The complex patent dispute between Apple and Qualcomm took another twist this week with three filings being made on Wednesday, November 29.

Unwired Planet confidentiality issues resolved


A revised version of the English High Court judgment in the litigation between Unwired Planet and Huawei has been published, after the judge addressed various confidentiality requests by the parties.

INTA Berlin 2017: Lego blueprints may be future in 3D printing world


Although 3D printing of Lego bricks at home may not currently be a feasible option, the future may hold something different, an industry conference heard.

European Commission releases guidance on SEP licensing


The European Commission released its communication on the licensing of standard-essential patents yesterday, with the guidance being backed by both IP Europe and The App Association.

Georgia jury sides with Velcro in patent case


The US District Court for the Middle District of Georgia has issued its first patent jury verdict since 2001, in a case between Japanese company YKK and its rival Velcro.

Cooley announces five partner promotions across US

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Cooley has announced the appointment of five IP partners to its offices across the US, effective January 1, 2018.

Andrei Iancu vows to make section 101 guidance a priority


The nominee to become the next director of the US Patent and Trademark Office, Andrei Iancu, has admitted the office could do more to clarify section 101 and has vowed to make the issue a priority.

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