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  • Interview: the view from France Brevets

    In an interview with Managing IP, Pascal Asselot of France Brevets discusses trends in US patent litigation, responds to critics of its business model, and defends the role that governments can play in helping companies monetise IP rights. By James Nurton

  • PTAB gives guidance on motions to amend

    The Patent Trial and Appeal Board has provided additional guidance on the requirements for motions to amend and allowed substitute claims to be placed in an appendix, in a move that may make it easier for patent owners to amend claims in inter partes review or covered business method review

  • Steptoe hires partner from Fitzpatrick in New York

    Patent litigator Vishal Gupta has joined Steptoe & Johnson’s New York office as a partner

  • Federal Circuit reverses another denial of a stay pending CBM review

    The Federal Circuit has overturned a Delaware district court denial of a stay pending a covered business method review at the PTAB. The Versata Software v Callidus Software decision is the second reversal of a district court denial of a stay pending a CBM review

  • Revealed: the defendants winning from patent litigation drop

    Managing IP conducted in-depth data analysis to look beyond the headline figures to assess which defendants are benefiting from the recent decline in patent litigation and also which law firms are up and down

  • South African firm expands to Namibia

    Von Seidels has established an associated firm, Roland Intellectual Property Consultants, in Windhoek, Namibia

  • Rockstar and Google settle patent dispute

    Google and Rockstar – the consortium owned by Apple, BlackBerry, Ericsson, Microsoft and Sony – have reached an agreement to settle all matters in their high-profile patent dispute

  • Digging deeper into NPE patent litigation trends

    It is clear that patent litigation has fallen recently. Managing IP conducted in-depth data analysis to look beyond the headline figures to assess how non-practicing entities are being affected, and which companies have reduced their activity the most


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