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Automotive Industry Forum Preview: As the Auto Industry Transforms, It Grapples with Issues of Cybersecurity, IP & Connectivity

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By guest author Gregg Wirth of the Legal Executive Institute. The American automotive industry in no longer making your father’s Oldsmobile — not by a long shot. Today, pushed by evolving consumer behaviors, transformative technologies, and global market pressures, the automobile industry has entered a new industrial revolution where ingenuity and opportunity coalesce, and the tools of … Continue reading this entry

Will the Sharing Economy Extend to Automotive Patents?

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In a recent article published by Bloomberg, we are once again reminded of the litigious nature of some of Silicon Valley’s biggest players.  Recent patent and trade secret lawsuits have garnered a lot of media attention, bringing IP enforcement front and center as companies try to leverage their rights and corner segments of the market. Meanwhile, … Continue reading this entry

The Future of High Tech Patent Litigation in the Auto Industry

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The rapid adoption of new technologies by the auto industry and the new players that provide them is going to have an impact on the world’s roads. It’s also bringing an increased focus on exploiting and protecting intellectual property.… Continue reading this entry

IP Protection in China: Strategies for a New Era

Recently, China sought to reassure foreign investors that it would never close its doors to the outside world and was committed to making China a fairer place to conduct business. “We are protecting the legitimate rights of foreign enterprises according to law,” said Chinese President Xi Jinping during a roundtable discussion with international business leaders … Continue reading this entry