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On April 5, 2021, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) decided GOOGLE LLC v. ORACLE AMERICA, INC. The decision has implications that touch almost every software company that develops or licenses software, as either a licensor or a licensee. Our overview and commentary on this case is divided into three parts. This is part two.
On April 5, 2021, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) decided GOOGLE LLC v. ORACLE AMERICA, INC. The decision has implications that touch almost every software company that develops or licenses software, as either a licensor or a licensee. Our overview and commentary on this case is divided into three parts. This is part one.
When it comes to navigating the highly competitive realm of advanced technology, it is essential to understand how to protect your intellectual property in the US and internationally. With the increased outsourcing of software development to Eastern Europe and Asia, consider securing your intellectual property rights with patents in software-friendly jurisdictions. This article explores India as an excellent consideration.
AI Autonomous driving technology is trending, and the trend is especially noticeable in Korea Patent Law. This according to Founders Legal’s foreign counsel, Kim, Hong & Associates.
According to the firm, while general AI patent filings in Korea increased by 5% in 2019, the number of AI autonomous driving-related patent applications increased at an annual average rate of 9% during the period of 2016 to 2020.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology scales globally, driving innovation and adding trillions of dollars to the world economy.
In recent years, developers and innovators have delivered powerful advancements in highly efficient and effective AI technologies. These technologies are now capable of transforming businesses and organizations, automating and optimizing tasks and processes across all sectors, organizing and analyzing vast amounts of data, and formulating and developing groundbreaking discoveries.
Many software and product companies, whether through licensing or commercialization of intellectual property products and services, are being built predominantly upon their intellectual property. Moreover, intellectual property plays a fundamental role in companies’ investment decisions. Intellectual property can be used as collateral to obtain financing, for valuation purposes in an equity offering, and can be the impetus for a merger or acquisition.
Kevin Bastuba, Esq. joins Founders Legal, an Atlanta-based Corporate & Intellectual Property law firm, as Senior Patent Attorney. His degree in Computer Engineering has helped him serve technology companies of all sizes, ranging from startups to Fortune 100 companies, including Oracle, Apple, Comcast, Samsung, Fujitsu, Illinois Tool Works, Bosch, MasterCard, and various institutions within the University of California system.
The General Data Protection Regulation (the “GDPR”), promulgated by the European Commission, was adopted in April 2016 and became effective in May 2018. Last year, we provided an update discussing the second-year benefits for companies and trends for the US following the enactment of the GDPR.
This year, we will take a look at current EU-US compliance issues, and US regulations following the adoption of GDPR.