The IP Lounge: SEPs, Ed Sheeran, Pauline Newman and more
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The IP Lounge: SEPs, Ed Sheeran, Pauline Newman and more

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In the third episode of our monthly podcast, the Managing IP editorial team unpacks SEP news, the probe into Judge Pauline Newman, and the biggest stories elsewhere

April was a big month for standard essential patent stakeholders, especially after the European Commission released plans to stamp out excessive royalty demands and put the EUIPO in charge of setting fair terms.

In this episode of The IP Lounge podcast, our team analyses the latest SEP news in Europe and India and considers what’s to come.

We also delve into the USPTO’s Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking related to the Patent Trial and Appeal Board, Ed Sheeran copyright litigation and trends at China’s Supreme People’s Court.

Elsewhere, our team shares their views on the investigation into Judge Pauline Newman at the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

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