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Microsoft appears to have made peace with open source software after this week joining the Open Invention Network, a shared “defensive patent pool” with the mission to protect Linux.
EU standards-setting organisations have today published six principles on the licensing of standard-essential patents in the realm of 5G and the internet of things.
Clinton Brannon has joined Williams Mullen as a partner after spending nearly eight years at Mayer Brown.
The Phillips claim construction rule will replace the “broadest reasonable interpretation” standard in America Invents Act proceedings at the Patent Trial and Appeal Board, it has been confirmed.
Harry Rubin, co-leader of Ropes & Gray’s IP practice, is to join Kramer Levin’s corporate department as head of the firm’s new IP and technology transactions practice.
European law firm Haseltine Lake has appointed a new CEO, following the departure of Lesley Evans, who stepped down at the end of September after 17 years in the role.
The technology supporting the dual-camera function of Apple’s iPhones is at the centre of a patent infringement lawsuit filed yesterday by two individuals.
Social media sites Facebook and Instagram have been accused of infringing several patents relating to GPS technology belonging to Texas-based Corrino Holdings.
Michael Schwager has begun his service as director general of IP Australia, after the agency announced his appointment to the role in August.
US-based law firm Duane Morris has hired Boris Zelkind to its IP practice group in the San Diego office.
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