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

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

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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... 



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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Counsel at IBM, Novartis, BMS and four other companies delve into whether the new Section 101 bill addresses their concerns
Clearance searches are especially important when counsel can’t rely on the USPTO’s opinion before key deadlines, say sources
VLSI case halted in Delaware; Netflix sues Bridgerton rip-off; Ex-GSK scientist escapes damages; US Copyright Office debuts new software; Abbvie scores Humira patent thicket win; Russia tables bill on illegal blocking of copyrighted content
An England and Wales High Court judgment over a disclosure error shows why law firms must never play a distant role when advising clients
Italy is in pole position to replace London as a central division host but must weather a political storm first
The senator’s proposed Section 101 legislation would cut down on exceptions to patent eligibility in the US
Ken Korea, founder of Colev Law and former head of US IP at Samsung, sets out the problems with anti-suit injunctions and the problem of getting rid of them
Thom Tillis and Patrick Leahy introduced a bill that would evaluate the need for recording examiner interviews, among other measures
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