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Standardisation research is a multi-disciplinary field. Contributing disciplines include, but are by no means limited to, Business Studies, Computer Science, Economics, Information Systems, Management Studies, History, and Social Sciences. While standards and standardisation research is an emerging research area it … Continue reading
How to define and differentiate patent assertion entities, non-practicing entities or patent trolls? A new typology gives answers!
Patent trolls have many faces, since the media uses this expression in various ways. The patent troll phenomenon thus seems to be an ambiguous term that is discussed in several directions. A recently published article on the typology of the … Continue reading
Our competence team, Professor Knut Blind (TU Berlin / Fraunhofer FOKUS), Dr. Sacha Wunsch-Vincent (WIPO) and Dr. Tim Pohlmann (TU Berlin / MINES ParisTech) just returned from a very successful mission to Cairo, Egypt. The goal of the mission was … Continue reading
The ITU (International Telecommunication Union) has for the first time organized a public event to discuss the tensions on the interplay of IPR and standards. The ITU is a UN agency which is among other standard projects responsible for the … Continue reading
The Chair of Innovation Economics at the Technical University of Berlin is hosting a special seminar on Technology Markets, Patent Pools and Standards which will be held Thursday August 30th, 2012 (15:30-17:00), VWS Schleuseninsel, Müller-Breslau Strasse 15, Berlin, Room 128. … Continue reading
The TUB Chair of Innovation Economics has responded to the United Kingdom Open Standards Consultation. On February 9th the British Cabinet Office opened a formal consultation on the definition and mandation of open standards for software interoperability such as data … Continue reading
Apple reacts to Motorola’s injunction on essential patents! A new chapter of Antitrust and Standard Setting?
As to a statement of a Munich based patent attorney Florian Müller, Apple has reacted to Motorola’s injunction of GSM standard essential patents. Even though Motorola today won an injunction that is related to the iCloud’s data push function, some … Continue reading