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In-house roundup: FRAND divergence stifles strategies; Judges say Section 101 tough to get right; ITC offers unique enforcement pathway



Patrick Wingrove, London


Managing IP rounds up the latest news and analysis from patent-focused businesses

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FRAND divergence stifles global licensing strategies 

With the growing disparity between FRAND rulings in different jurisdictions, some in-house counsel say the global licensing landscape is becoming increasingly confusing. Read more... 

US judges say Section 101 cases can be 'tough and almost impossible to get right' 

Senior district judge Joy Flowers Conti and retired district judge John Lifland share their concerns and challenges surrounding patent eligibility matters, and note how counsel should react to the situation. Read more... 

US International Trade Commission is unique pathway to patent protection 

The ITC is a faster alternative to district courts for patent litigation, according to industry and private practice sources at the ITC, Johnson & Johnson and Venable. Read more... 


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