In-house roundup: Electric car SEP surge; reasons to fire external counsel; SDO IPR policies uncovered; how to protect data
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In-house roundup: Electric car SEP surge; reasons to fire external counsel; SDO IPR policies uncovered; how to protect data

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Electrification: automotive braces for potential standards and SEP surge

In the first of a series of articles on automotive standards, Patent Strategy asks Audi, WiTricity and ChargePoint whether SEPs will play an important role in car electrification and what that might mean for the industry. Read More...



How to protect big data

With data becoming a more valuable asset to businesses, in-house lawyers say they are getting better at protecting it, despite the fact that there are no specific IP rights to cover 'information infringement'. Read more...



Poll: In-house lawyers give reasons to fire external counsel

Part three of the Patent Strategy survey on hiring external counsel reveals why companies decide to switch firms, and the importance that diversity and social responsibility policies play in hiring practices. Read more...



Standards bodies reveal IPR policy considerations

Representatives at IEEE, ETSI and W3C tell Patent Strategy why they have chosen their patent policies, why they work for them and how their approaches might change in the future. Read more...





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