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In-house roundup: Fintech win worries financials; businesses look to 2020 essentiality checks

Patrick Wingrove, London

Managing IP rounds up the latest news and analysis from in-house counsel


First patent win for bank puts financials on their toes 

A $200-million payment for USAA shows that financial companies are vulnerable to competitor patent claims and might need to build up their defensive portfolios, according to in-house counsel. Read more... 

SEP stakeholders want essentiality checks in 2020 to streamline negotiations

In-house counsel say checks would be a good way to demonstrate that technologies are essential to a standard, but are not certain how they should be done or by which organisation. Read more... 


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