Celebrated as a defeat for a troll, IP/Engine v Google may be the most egregious and worrying US patent case of 2014. http://t.co/14MwNrCE8W
Talking of North Korea and computers, who remembers this? http://t.co/GXoDPkM2Tg
The biggest US patent story this year? SCOTUS's Alice decision and its aftermath, without a doubt. http://t.co/2PhiiDPiRo
Last Friday, our North America editor Richard Lloyd named his top 10 most important US patent stories of 2014. Squeezing in at number 10 was the CAFC’s decision in the IP/Engine v Google, AOL et al case, in which NPE Vringo saw patents it had asserted against the defendants ruled invalid by a CAFC panel on a 2-1 majority, despite these being upheld in the original jury trial and after a...
As the end of the year rapidly approaches I thought I’d take a look back at some of the momentous events that have shaped the US patent landscape over the last 12 months. With ongoing debate over patent reform, the Supreme Court hearing six patent cases in its last term and what looks like the end of the smartphone litigation wars (or at least the beginning of the end), 2014 has...
Luxembourg-based IP services company Dennemeyer has launched a patent brokerage service. Headed up by German attorney Malte Köllner, who joined the firm earlier this year, it becomes one of the relatively few European brokers in the market - though its principal stock in trade will be US assets. Dennemeyer has published a flyer which provides details of what it is offering, as well as...
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