In this hoganlovells.com interview, partner Celine Crowson addresses the relationship between standard-essential patents (SEPs) and the connectivity technologies used in connected and autonomous vehicles (AVs). She discusses the increased exposure of automotive manufacturers and suppliers to litigation from patent aggressors, how new autonomous vehicle technologies influence intellectual property transactions, and challenges involved in setting telecom-related
We are pleased to invite you to the next webinar in our Internet of Things series, taking place on 26 July at 12.00 P.M. EDT/5:00 p.m. BST, focusing on connected vehicles and smart cars. This session promises an insightful and comprehensive look at the most important legal issues involving connected vehicles, from autonomous driving to new mobility solutions.
Original equipment manufacturing (OEM) is a business model whereby a trademark owner orders its products from a manufacturer, often located abroad, who manufactures and supplies products branded with the purchasers marks instead of his own marks. In China, which is often branded “the factory of the world”, OEM is big business. However, from a trademark
In a recent decision under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) before the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), a panel denied the transfer of a domain name mainly based on the lack of evidence about the Respondent’s bad faith upon registration of the domain name in dispute. The Complainant was Zeca S.p.A of
As technology steers the automotive industry and Silicon Valley onto the same track, big players find themselves at a crossroads – are they on the cusp of the next IP battleground or at the forefront of a new kind of collaboration? Technology and automotive company reps at the “IP in the Auto Industry” conference in