Apparently two wrongs do make a right The London School of Economics has just published some interesting research on patent litigation: Trolls at the High Court? (pdf) In the abstract we can read: Patent Assertion Entities (PAEs), often referred to… Continue Reading
Unitary Patent System proposals by European Commission Along with other organisations, such as FSFE that consider the latest proposals by the European Commission for a unitary patent system represent a poorly thought out blight on innovation, we have written to… Continue Reading
Has American Needle stitched up MEG-LA? In June 2010 I mused whether a legal ruling about hats had any ramifications for patent pool attacks. Specifically I suggested that it might have read across to WebM in the light of much… Continue Reading
IPKat has drawn attention to a US case: American Needle v NFL – in which the Supremes handed down a ruling that collaborative exclusionary action by competing bodies could infringe the Sherman Act. (Competition Law). It’s back with a lower… Continue Reading
IBM have filed a “friend of the Court” brief as the USA Supreme Court considers “Re: Bilski”.