- Research awards 2024
- Open Source Software Research
- Internet of Things Research
- SEP related research: key findings by 4iP Council
- Essentiality Checks and Standard Essential Patents
- Case Law Search
Center for Intellectual Property Understanding (CIPU) and Northwestern University
"AI + IP = ?"
The IP Awareness Summit® is the only annual event that examines the impact of IP awareness on innovation, creative expression, commerce and society – and the strategies for improving it.
SMEs and patent holdouts: how European SMEs fight back
Jari E. Vepsäläinen and Timothée Le Quesne
Partnering with Chinese companies or operating in China can be a great opportunity for many SMEs. It can also entail some risks for their innovation and IP assets, so it's good to be informed of the measures that can be taken to deal with infringement and patent holdout.
Proposed changes to the SPC regime in Europe
The Pharma and Biotech Patent Litigation Summit
ANANTARA GRAND HOTEL, AMSTERDAM
Join Europe’s Leading Pharmaceutical and Biotech Legal Community to Define, Shape and Create Successful Patent Strategies and Mitigate Risks
High-growth technology business forum: IP strategy and management
The European Patent Office (EPO) and the Licensing Executives Society International (LESI) are organising a new series of High-growth technology business forums (HTB) Forums in 2023.
Brexit & Intellectual Property: Leveraging new opportunities for UK / EU collaboration and co-operation in the post-Brexit IP landscape
This webinar, hosted by the Intellectual Property Awareness Network (IPAN) and the 4iP Council, will examine the unique economic and innovation needs of businesses, innovators and startups in the UK in the new post-Brexit landscape.
The Westin Tokyo
The Asia-Pacific region’s role within the global IP market has never been more crucial as political tensions, technological developments, and commercial strategies both converge and collide.
OSS & FRAND: learn more about their governance and compatibility
Dr. Gregor Langus and Vilen Lipatov.
This webinar is based on a recently published research, where the speakers analyze OSS project diversity and 3GPP cellular standardization process, to inform the debate on compatibility, complementarity, and efficiency of FRAND and OSS licensing.
The High-growth technology business (HTB) clinics offer business decision-makers and IP professionals a platform to discuss IP-related matters and seek advice. The clinics emphasize the significance of efficient IP strategy and management in leveraging intellectual assets for business growth.
SEP Regulation: proposed mechanisms in determining a reasonable aggregate royalty
Dr. Justus Baron