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20 Mar 2007, 11:07 pm
The guru concerned is his old friend and former student Nigel Swycher, who left Slaughter and May a while ago after taking a year-long sabbatical on the West Coast with California litigation boutique Quinn Emanuel Urquhart Lloyd & Hedges LLP. [read post]
14 May 2007, 5:01 am
He will be based in that firm's London office in Holborn, a stone's throw from Lincoln's Inn in the capital's IP heartland.Right: the IPKat tests out the office equipment at his new consultancyWhile Jeremy looks forward to teaming up again with Nigel Swycher and to meeting his new colleagues, he'd like to take this opportunity to say a very public thank you to Slaughter and May for the tremendous support and encouragement which that firm has given him over… [read post]
12 Oct 2007, 1:42 am
Nigel Swycher then examined open source and its symbiosis with proprietary products, examining the manner in which large corporations in the computer sector have been able to hedge their bets, supporting both open access and proprietary initiatives. [read post]
27 Oct 2017, 1:44 am by Nigel Swycher
Nigel Swycher, CEO of Aistemos sees the benefits in these terms: “While the press speculates on AI putting lawyers out of work, I see it differently. [read post]
14 May 2008, 8:41 am
The contents of this issue (22 pages) include* Outsourcing - a team sport, by Head of Technology Nigel Swycher;* Software patents: IPO revises practice and High Court makes another pro-patentee decision.* Open source: the dawn of the Age of GPL Enforcement? [read post]
4 Mar 2008, 9:23 am
Jim also lectures at the Santa Clara University;* "M&A, joint ventures and IPOs" by Nigel Swycher (Olswang's Open Source Unit), who masterminded the Summit;* "Source code assessment in due diligence" by Kat McCabe (General Counsel, Black Duck Software: the IPKat is well-disposed to everyone called Kat, and this Kat has a great deal of practical and legal insight to commend her);* "Commercial licensing models" by Jan Wildeboer (Solution… [read post]
13 Jun 2008, 3:14 pm
The target audience is aimed at people working on, or interested in legal, regulatory or compliance issues in the technology sector.Speakers billed so far are the Olswang pair of Nigel Swycher (Head of Technology) and Competition partner Alasdair Balfour, who will consider a range of Open Source, FRAND and IP strategy considerations under the rubric "The intersection between Intellectual Property and Competition Law". [read post]
3 Oct 2007, 2:35 am
A strong panel of contributors consists of Roger Burt (IBM Europe), Jonathan Sage (IBM Europe) and Nigel Swycher (Olswang).Left: the power of the penguin? [read post]
14 Jan 2015, 2:18 pm
There's also a guest ;post from Aistemos CEO and founder Nigel Swycher on the significance of Toyota opening up its fuel cell patent technology for royalty-free use. [read post]
18 Jul 2014, 4:34 am
 Over on IP Finance, this Kat is excited to tell readers about AISTEMOS, a new venture founded and brainchilded ["ouch", says Merpel, who has mixed feelings about turning nouns into verbs] by his friend, former colleague and long-time-ago former student Nigel Swycher. [read post]
27 Jun 2014, 8:17 am
Indeed, this Kat wonders whether, even in this age of big data in the service of IP (see for example the piece by Kat riend Nigel Swycher in the latest issue of IAM magazine, “Big data solutions to determining IP risk and value”), it is even possible to extract such information.Let’s assume that such data, at least in some form, can be assembled. [read post]
12 Nov 2007, 12:00 am
    M&A, Joint Ventures and IPOs, Kat McCabe, Black Duck, Nigel Swycher, Olswang Swycher, a corporate lawyer, spoke about the implications of FOSS for M&A, joint ventures and IPOs. [read post]
8 Oct 2015, 11:51 pm
 On IP Tango, guest blogger Magda Voltolini brings us up to speed on Brazil's current cogitations about pharma patent law reform;  Aistemos features a plea by its CEO Nigel Swycher on how important it is for even little companies to have an IP strategy. [read post]