Open innovation is a key ingredient to the development of valuable intellectual property.
This is my third post on Thursday's Nokia v. Daimler patent infringement trial in Munich.
Last year's trial was a disaster for Qualcomm, with its own witnesses (including the experts) not having much credibility while the FTC put on what appeared to be a very strong case.
As you’ve most likely heard, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have decided to become financially independent of the Crown. No small task when your security costs are reported to be $1.3 to more than $7 million per year. Ouch!
This week in Other Barks & Bites: the Federal Circuit finds implied license for AT&T beats infringement claims; Verizon is targeted in patent suit filed by Chinese telecom firm Huawei; Gilead stock drops after adverse patent decisions; the
With cannabis now legal in some form across more than 30 states, the cannabis industry is on the rise and expected to achieve a market size of more than $60 billion by the end of 2025.
Andrei Iancu, the Director of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), has a real mess on his hands.
Entering the new year, conversations continue in many jurisdictions around copyright reform, including modernizing the way copyright disputes are dealt with in the digital age.
Last night, February 4, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Global Innovation Policy Center (GIPC) held a reception to launch its eighth annual International IP Index, Art of the Possible. The event featured remarks from U.S.
Almost all of the time, this blog merely reports and comments on key issues facing the technology industry, but doesn't create or constitute an issue in and of itself. FOSS Patents has been mentioned in some U.S.