A look into Intel latest Patents batch


As you probably noticed in the recent news, Intel is in trouble. Let's have a look into the latest batch of Intel patents over the last six month to see what is their current strategic direction. Read More...

June 29, 2020
Intel Patent Strategy

AI Patenting Pitfalls


It is not sufficient for an AI patent claims to contains a causal link to a technical purpose for the application to be successful. Read More...

June 24, 2020
patent Artificial Intelligence Claims

Web scrapping, a legal grey area


Many web scrapping cases are not very clear cut and sway from one direction to another. And a recent court judgement murky the water even more. Read More...

June 19, 2020
judgement web scrapping copyright and trade secret

5G qualitative patent battle report


While a lot of 5G company focus on the numbers game, a recent study cast a different light on qualitative vs quantitative patent landscape. Read More...

June 10, 2020
5g patent huawei

COVID-19's patent pools


The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the adoption of collaborative research however IP seems to hindering scientific progress. Patent Pools might be an effective solution to lift these barriers Read More...

June 06, 2020
COVID patent pool

Leveraging Amazon Utility Patent Neutral Evaluation Program as an Online Patent Enforcement Strategy


Amazon Utility Patent Neutral Evaluation Program is extremely attractive because it is swift, effective, and affordable. Read More...

May 26, 2020
Enforcement Amazon Patent

USPTO announce new IP marketplace Platform


Patent marketplaces already exist; however, a institutional actor is entering the fray. Read More...

May 13, 2020
Patent USPTO Marketplace

This week batch of COVID-19 IP News


Loads of COVID-19 related movement happening for Intellectual Property this week. Read More...

May 08, 2020
Patent fast-track spree

US Navy Patent Antigravity Device


The US Navy has patented antigravity. Or as described by the inventors: inertial mass reduction device. Read More...

May 01, 2020
Patent Antigravity US Navy

No human inventor; No patent


Like the EPO this early January, the USPTO decided to reject patents applications naming a machine as an inventor. Read More...

April 29, 2020
Artificial Intelligence USPTO Inventor

USPTO patent examination outcomes after Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank International


USPTO Chief Economist’s office just released its report on patent examination outcomes after the Supreme Court’s Alice decision. Read More...

April 24, 2020

On the EU White Paper on Artificial Intelligence


Even during these times of the COVID-19 pandemic, Artificial intelligence (AI) remains one of the main features of most European countries’ strategies. Read More...

April 21, 2020
Artificial intelligence European Commission Requirements White Paper

Granting a patent license is not a furniture rental business


Sometimes it's not easy to decide which tribunal to bring an action when a party breach contract related to industrial property rights. At least in france.... Read More...

April 16, 2020
patent dispute furniture judgement

Who owns COVID-19 Related Patents: A Quantitative analysis


We look into the public patents repositories to find out who has been filling COVID-19 related patents, in general, and more specifically for diagnostics and treatment solution. We also took a look at respirators and masks patents as these technologies are also highly relevant to the current pandemic management. Read More...

April 13, 2020
Covid-19 Patent Open source dataset

Open-source COVID-19 Patents and Research work Datasets


Interactive tool and open source dataset for understanding the landscape of patent and research works in a human coronaviruses and COVID-19. Read More...

April 10, 2020
Covid-19 Patent Open source dataset

The never-ending story of X86 patents expiration


Every couple of years, this story re-emerges, and everybody starts to talk about the upcoming expiry of x86 related patents. They were followed by several stories revolving emulation and the forthcoming flood of third-party implementations of compatible processors. But this never happens. Why? Read More...

April 08, 2020
Intel Patent x86

Big drugmakers under pressure to share patents against coronavirus


WHO backs making pharmaceuticals open up intellectual property as it did to fight HIV/Aids. Read More...

April 02, 2020
patent IP WHO news COVID19 Pandemic

Huawei has become a licensee member of the Open Invention Network


OIN members agrees to cross-license Linux patents to one another royalty-free and to any organisation that agrees not to assert its patents against Linux. Read More...

April 02, 2020
patent HUAWEI Open Invention Network news

Korea Post-Pandemic Intellectual Property Positioning


It seems that countries and companies already start to position themselves to reap the benefits of the COVID-19 pandemic aftermath. Read More...

March 30, 2020
patent IP KIPO news COVID19 Pandemic

Patent Jury Told COVID-19 Is Reason for Not Finding Liability


Looks like Oxford Nanopore Technologies Inc. counsel may have used the current #COVID19 situation to sway the jury in a #patent infringement case. Read More...

March 21, 2020
patent trial strategy news COVID19 Pandemic