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In-house roundup: How to manage AI applications; pharma unconcerned by NHS provision; fintech embraces open source


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


How financial services firms manage AI applications

Counsel at Equifax, Morgan Stanley and American Express say streamlining relationships with external counsel and disclosing data sets correctly are key to prosecuting artificial intelligence patents. Read more...

Pharma companies unconcerned by NHS notification in preliminary injunctions

In-house sources say changes to the England and Wales Patents Court Guide setting out that health authorities must be notified in the case of an injunction for an approved therapeutic product are not a cause for concern. Read more...

Digital transformation pushes firms to embrace open source

Microsoft, JPMorgan and Wells Fargo explain how the cloud, AI and data sets technologies are driving them to open source and how that change is affecting patent strategies. Read more...

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Counsel are eying domestic industry, concurrent PTAB proceedings and heightened scrutiny of cases before institution
Jack Daniel’s has a good chance of winning its dispute over dog toys, but SCOTUS will still want to protect free speech, predict sources
AI users and lawyers discuss why the rulebook for registering AI-generated content may create problems and needs further work
We provide a rundown of Managing IP’s news and analysis coverage from the week, and review what’s been happening elsewhere in IP
A technical effect must still be evident in the original patent filing, the EBoA said in its G2/21 decision today, March 23
Brands should not be deterred from pursuing lookalike producers, and an unfair advantage claim could be the key, say Emma Teichmann and Geoff Steward at Stobbs
Justice Mellor’s highly anticipated ruling surprised SEP owners and reassured implementers that the UK may not be so hostile after all
The England and Wales High Court's judgment comes ahead of a separate hearing concerning one of the patents-in-suit at the EPO
While the rules allow foreign firms to open local offices and offer IP services, a ban on litigation and practising Indian law could mean little will change
A New York federal court heard oral arguments this week in a copyright case pitting publishing giants against a digital library