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In late May, news reports surfaced regarding allegations of trade secret theft committed by Chinese telecom giant Huawei Technologies that had been made in an Eastern District of Texas case.

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At times, courts are asked to clarify what FRAND (fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory) means for standard-essential patent (SEP) licensing terms. The two most fruitful U.S.

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Most U.S. patent practitioners are keenly aware of the foreign filing license requirement for filing of U.S. patent applications abroad. Since it is common for U.S. based companies to file a U.S.

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By Kevin E.

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This is the second part of today's little trilogy of FRAND posts.

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Dynamic IP boutique KPPB LLP is looking for Material Science Associate candidates with a strong background in science to work on technically challenging patent prosecution for a clientele of leading edge venture backed startup companies and univer

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By Antony Craggs -- Since the introduction of the doctrine of equivalents in the UK in Actavis v Lilly, it has been questioned whether a claim can be extended by said doctrine (so that a product infringes the claim) where such an extension would r

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By Antony Craggs -- Since the introduction of the doctrine of equivalents in the UK in Actavis v Lilly, it has been questioned whether a claim can be extended by said doctrine (so that a product infringes the claim) where such an extension would r

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After three hearings and 45 witnesses, there were few new fundamental arguments advanced for or against reforming patent eligibility law at today’s final Senate IP Subcommittee hearing on the topic, but several key—and some alarming—messages were