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The AIPLA’s annual meeting got underway yesterday in Washington DC. Once again today IAM has been there following the action. Here are some of the highlights: New RPX initiative announced - On one of the morning’s panels looking at defensive patent pools, RPX’s Dan McCurdy announced an interesting new initiative that the aggregator is due to launch in the next couple of...
What may turn out to be one of the largest patent deals ever was announced this week when IBM said that it would be divesting its semiconductor business – including “thousands of patents” – to contract chipmaker GlobalFoundries. IBM has gained something of a reputation as a serial patent seller, shrewdly using its intellectual property as a strategic tool to make...
The American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) annual meeting opened this morning in Washington DC. IAM is on the scene to bring you the highlights today and tomorrow. All eyes on Lee after nomination for USPTO directorship - USPTO Deputy Director and recent nominee for the top post, Michelle Lee, kicked off proceedings with a speech outlining the progress made at the USPTO to...
There were no empty seats at the first-ever IPBC Japan, which took place in Tokyo on September 4, and 70% of the delegates came from the country’s corporate community. The theme of the day was change and how to deal with it. Attendees left with plenty to ponder
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