Recently, a delegation from the Korean Intellectual Property Office visited Cambridge University to learn more about how it spins off so many successful licences despite filing relatively few patents. Korea averages 100 licences for every 600 patents filed, while Cambridge is converting ...
Seher Hussain, IAM Magazine | 20 May 2013
Legislation introduced in the US House of Representatives yesterday by Democrat Congressman Ted Deutch aims to greatly increase transparency of patent ownership. The End Anonymous Patents Act would, explained a press release, “require any sales or transfers of patents to be ...
Joff Wild, IAM Magazine | 18 May 2013
Huawei, Ericsson and Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) agreed this week to cross-license operations support systems (OSS) technology. The proposed deal signifies a major commitment to cooperation between the companies – but it could yet be derailed by concerns in the US and Europe over ...
Jack Ellis, IAM Magazine | 17 May 2013
Trade secrets have always been
valuable, but the America Invents
Act means they are now worth more
than ever – potentially even more
than patents. What is the best way
to take advantage of this type of
protection for your inventions – and
what are the pitfalls?
The European Court of Justice’s eagerly awaited decision in the IP TRANSLATOR case marks a turning point in the examination of trademark applications across the European Union. Applicants will need to review their filing strategies accordingly By Christian R Thomas,
The unauthorised dissemination of copyright works through the Internet represents a major challenge for copyright owners worldwide. Holding network service providers liable for infringing activities by network users is the key to combating online copyright infringement effectively. A recent Supreme People’s Court judicial interpretation examines this issue.
Papst Licensing GmbH & Co. KG was established in 1992 by its founder Georg Papst. Operating investor independent, Papst Licensing’s owner family is in the third generation of licensing and advancing innovation. Georg Papst’s sons Constantin and Daniel followed into the business and today Papst Licensing offers practical support to third parties facing patent infringements of quality patents with the aim to secure licenses from infringers. Papst Licensing built up an international network of experts for monetizing infringed patents concluding over 160 license agreements with virtually all renowned companies in the IT and electronics industry.