Ellie Mertens rounds up intellectual property news, including the new USPTO new patent cover, Trump's blocking of Broadcom’s Qualcomm buy, Canada trade mark trolls, a PTAB judges study, the GAO’s CBM study, a petition for the Federal Circuit to reconsider its 101 stance en banc, a German party’s move to repeal UPC legislation, and a closing gender gap for Australian inventors
Managing IP’s most recent issue includes our IP STARS patent rankings, analysis of Waymo and Uber’s trade secrets settlement, details of Argentina’s surprise IP rule changes, an in-depth look at new uses for existing drugs, and more
Ellie Mertens rounds up intellectual property news, including a new IP court in Changsha, a Fox News fair use ruling, copyrighting a pose, the on sale bar at the US Supreme Court, a tribe’s appeal of a PTAB decision, Technicolor’s patent licensing business sale, and Blackberry suing Facebook
CPA Global is teaming up with Managing IP and B2B International to explore the issues faced by intellectual property law firms around the world as they tackle the legal challenges of a fast-paced and ever-evolving IP-led economy. A synopsis of the findings will be shared with survey participants
Recent intellectual property news includes the USPTO director being sworn in, a study on trade marks running out, the end of a Kung Fu Panda dispute in China, the Law Society urging UK UPC ratification, four years of Octane Fitness, the DOJ AAG again urging SEPs balance, and a $6.7m award in a graffiti artist copyright case
Ellie Mertens rounds up recent intellectual property news, including the introduction of AI bills, a sovereign immunity case at the Federal Circuit, a UK consultation on trade secrets, AI patents in medicine, NPE activity rising in Europe, a USPTO announcement, and commercialising unused patents
Recent IP news included Louboutin’s red-sole trade mark case at the CJEU, a trade secret suit involving autonomous cars, the end of a Taylor Swift copyright dispute, a letter praising the DOJ’s shift in IP enforcement, the introduction of the CLASSICS Act, a Cloudflare patent case win, and the USPTO’s Valentine’s Day song
Expect to hear this figure mentioned a lot at US IP conferences and Congressional hearings for the next year – the US patent system has dropped to 12th in the US Chamber of Commerce’s ranking of IP systems. But is the ranking credible?
A new podcast produced by McKool Smith and Benchmark Litigation interviews iconic trial lawyers to hear their insights into the trial process and the art of persuasion. In the first episode, host Courtland Reichman talks to Cravath’s chairman Evan Chesler
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