September 25, 2020

Innovation policy and the role of standards, IP and antitrust

The LeadershIP 2020 video gives a good overview of globally relevant aspects of IP, standards and antitrust. For industry as well as for policy makers and […]
September 23, 2020

Deutschland: Änderungen des Patentrechts würden die Ausgaben für Forschung und Entwicklung, Arbeitsplätze und Innovation senken

„Machen Sie Deutschland nicht zu einem sicheren Hafen für Patentverletzer“, warnt die innovationsfreundliche Industriegruppe [Berlin, Mittwoch, 23. September] Die in Brüssel ansässige Industriegruppe IP Europe schlägt Alarm, […]
September 23, 2020

Germany: Changes to patent law would cut R&D spending, jobs, innovation

“Don’t make Germany a safe haven for patent infringers” warns pro-innovation industry group [Berlin, Wednesday, 23 September] The Brussels-based industry group IP Europe is sounding the alarm that […]
September 23, 2020

IP Europe welcomes US DOJ’s re-affirmation that end-device licensing is pro-competitive

[Brussels: 12, August, 2020] IP Europe welcomes the U.S. Department of Justice Antitrust Division’s (DOJ) recent re-affirmation that licensing standard essential patents at the end-device level is […]
September 22, 2020

IP Europe welcomes Council Conclusions on importance of Intellectual Property

Economy Ministers state that the EU Intellectual Property Action Plan can “incentivize R&D investments and foster key technologies” [Brussels, 22 September 2020] Building on June’s European […]
September 13, 2020

Open Standards and the Virtuous Innovation Cycle

Open standards in mobile communications enable people and devices to connect around the globe.