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2015 – The year of the patent trolls?

According to a recent survey of the US organization Unified Patents (published on the website of the online portal arstechnica, please click here), the number of lawsuits in the US has again rised. In the first half of 2015, 68 percent of all patent lawsuits were filed by patent trolls. In the high-tech sector, even about 90 percent of all patent …

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10 Things you need to know (and do!) about the European Unified Patent Court

In order to prepare for the upcoming Unified Patent Court, this list provides a quick look at the Top 10 Things you need to know. Share this:TwitterEmailFacebookLinkedIn

European Commission publishes decisions following investigations into abuse of standard-essential patents

On April 29, 2014, the European Commission published two decisions as a result of its investigations into the (alleged) abuse of standard-essential patents (SEPs) in patent litigation, in particular by seeking injunctions against competitors on the basis of SEPs. The first decision renders binding commitments offered by Samsung Electronics, not to seek injunctions in Europe …

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