MI5 and FBI warn businesses over mass Chinese IP theft & more…Keep up with what has been happening this week in our latest IP news round-up…
Nick White, partner at Charles Russell Speechlys, explores how the Qatari legislature has brought in new IP legislation to help protect the rights of Fifa and its commercial partners at this year’s men’s World Cup.
Panasonic Holdings Corp. is accusing Broadcom Corp. of infringing 10 patents that relate to faster Wi-Fi processing and wireless connectivity after Broadcom allegedly declined to license Panasonic’s patent portfolio.
Pure IP is now certified to offer full PSTN replacement services in Estonia, which marks a total of 45 countries where Pure IP are licensed to offer full PSTN replacement services, and an additional range of voice solutions available in 137 countries.
MI5 and the FBI held an unprecedented joint address to highlight how the interests of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) represent a growing threat to UK and US businesses.
McKool Smith has announced that patent litigator Alfonso Chan has joined the firm as a principal in its Dallas office. Mr. Chan litigates complex intellectual property disputes on behalf of universities, research institutes, and technology companies, and specializes in matters involving semiconductor and electronic technology as well as biomaterials and medical devices.