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In-house roundup: German injunction reform; fintech partnership challenges; plausibility data conundrums

Managing IP rounds up the latest news and analysis from patent-focused businesses on German injunctions, fintech partnerships and plausibility conundrums

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German injunction reform: end injunction gap first say patent holders 

Siemens, Nokia, the VDMA and others weigh in on government talks around automatic injunctions and agree that more judges and perhaps a lower hurdle to stay infringement proceedings are needed at the Federal Patent Court. Read more... 

Pharma companies uncertain on data needed for plausibility claims

Drug company lawyers say it is tricky determining the right kind and amount of data to support a claim because courts and examiners have different expectations of sufficiency to determine plausibility. Read more... 

Fintech partnership surge exacerbates negotiation and trade secret challenges 

In-house counsel at MasterCard, American Express, MIAX and elsewhere explain how their growing number of fintech partnerships is affecting negotiations and increasing the risk of trade secret and patent litigation. Read more... 

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