In-house roundup: Connectivity clashes put courts in licensing driver's seat; delinkage uncovered
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In-house roundup: Connectivity clashes put courts in licensing driver's seat; delinkage uncovered

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DrugsConnectivity clashes put courts in licensing driver’s seat

Autonomous car stakeholders say they may look to reopen licensing negotiations after Nokia v Daimler and other connectivity cases that clarify licensing practices and costs, and that auto could be on the road to a patent war. Read more...

Delinkage embraced in national elections as alternative to patents

In a conversation with James Love of Knowledge Ecology International, Patent Strategy explores the mechanics of delinkage and how it could replace the patent system. Read more...






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