Legislation clarifying Section 101 isn't as sexy as wholesale patent litigation reform, but it is much more necessary http://t.co/HF7KrRbxWn
Why Michelle Lee @USPTO nomination hearings need to start a real debate around 101 and patent eligibility http://t.co/DmoXPZZHdN
Memo to software patent owners in the US after CAFC's Ultramercial decision: keep calm and carry on. http://t.co/4BdvxUUFom
Ultramercial v Hulu, opposing interpretations of which have been discussed here and here on the IAM blog over recent days, is the latest case in the post-Alice era where the patents in question foundered on section 101 ineligibility grounds. And as most readers of this blog and even casual patent market observers are probably aware, there is much confusion in large parts of the US IP...
Software patent owners have nothing to fear from the CAFC's Ultramercial decision, says Microsoft's former chief patent counsel
This time last week, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit issued its decision in Ultramercial v Hulu. Almost immediately, it seemed opinion in the US split down the middle: either it was the latest proof that software patents are now living on borrowed time; or it was a case-specific judgment that should have little broader impact. Yesterday on the blog, we published the views of...
The Delhi High Court has ordered that smartphone manufacturer Micromax pay Ericsson royalties on all products it sells while a standards-essential patent (SEP) suit brought against it by the Swedish company – and an accompanying antitrust investigation – continues. The court issued an interim order last week stating that Micromax – which dominates the low-price end of the...
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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