18 April 2017
IV stopping buying patents, WiLAN changing its name and diversifying from “lumpy” licensing, University of California/Berkeley appealing the PTAB’s CRISPR ruling, Apple settling with Unwired Planet on the eve of trial, the New York Times’ analysis of President Trump’s trade marks, and the Electronic Frontier Foundation hitting back at a company that sued over the “Stupid Patent of the Month” were in the recent intellectual property news
A catch-up with Mark Whitaker, MoFo partner and AIPLA
Is the final act over for the Bard-Gore patent drama?
Qualcomm hits back at Apple in patent licensing dispute, loses
$815m BlackBerry arbitration
Data: Q1 US patent litigation – district...
RT @INTA: INTA's 142nd Annual Meeting will take place in Singapore in 2020. https://t.co/OBQVndx3un
INTA CEO Etienne Sanz de Acedo reveals attendance at #INTA2018 is 10,910 and counting! Also confirmed the 2020 meet… https://t.co/Q53qxQdUeT
Fishmongers from the Pike Place Market bringing some local flavour to the #INTA2018 opening ceremony https://t.co/Nx4M2xtPGV
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