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7 Feb 2024, 7:27 am by Emmanuel Didier
- ‘Growing AI litigation risk requires business response’- Julien Jacob and Caroline Orset, ‘Innovation, information, lobby and tort law under uncertainty’- ‘Dicey + 100’- David Hemous and others, ‘Trade, Innovation and Optimal Patent Protection’- Genevieve Heng, Martin Husovec and Jorge Contreras, ‘Patentomania: The Cost of Embedding Patents in Social Policies’ [read post]
9 Sep 2023, 4:22 am by Florian Mueller
At this week's Warsaw conference on standard-essential patents (SEPs), Professor Jorge Contreras (Utah)--who is generally in favor of the proposed EU SEP Regulation, which I attribute to his well-known preference for softer SEP enforcement rather than unbiased analysis of the bill's incurable flaws--criticized one major loophole: the draft regulation doesn't cover standard-essential utility models. [read post]
19 Aug 2023, 6:28 am by Florian Mueller
Without endorsing any particular person's positions, I noted SEP "household names" including (but not limited to) Professor Jorge Contreras, German Federal Court of Justice patent judge Fabian Hoffmann, DG GROW IP official Kamil Kiljański, UKIPO SEP and regulation expert Jamie Lewis, German patent litigator Professor Tilman Mueller-Stoy, the European University Institute's Igor Nikolic, and Compass Lexecon's Jorge Padilla. [read post]
26 Jun 2023, 1:07 am by INFORRM
Markus and Ji, Mason and Shao, Huijie, Surveying the Impact of China’s New (and Toothy) Data Privacy Laws on the WeChat Generation of Employees (ABA Criminal Justice Section Newsletter) ( 2023), University of Colorado School of Law Fagundes, Dave and Contreras, Jorge L., Private Ownership of Public Facts: Docudramas, Deals, and Life Story Rights (2023) UC Davis Law Review, Forthcoming Yildirim, Emine Ozge and Van Houweling, Molly Shaffer and Lazarova, Ana and Vézina,… [read post]
20 May 2023, 6:15 am by Florian Mueller
Professor Jorge Contreras (Utah), Michael Schloegl (Continental), and Alexander Prenter took pro-implementer positions, essentially saying the proposal doesn't go far enough, while Urska Petrovcic (Qualcomm) and Richard Vary (Bird & Bird, a firm that advises and represents not only SEP holders like Nokia but also implementers) believe it goes too far. [read post]
6 Apr 2023, 10:36 am by Dennis Crouch
by Dennis Crouch The copyright lawsuit between the data-software company SAS Institute and its scrappy copycat World Programming has been interesting to follow over the past several years, and the Federal Circuit has now issued a controversial opinion in the case. [read post]