ARTICLES ON INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY.
Roberto Dini regularly authors articles on the subject of Intellectual Property.
Among the most recent ones:
How to reduce complexity in the licensing landscape of standardised technology
Journal of Law, Market and Innovation – December 2022
The innovation ecosystem is a fundamental driver of economic development and societal wellbeing. For […]
Anti-suit injunctions are a race to the bottom – and arbitration is the answer
IAM – February 2022
One of the major debates dominating the current discourse on resolving disputes relating to Standard Essential Patents (SEPs) is […]
Restoring Balance and Clarity in the Innovation Ecosystem
The Licensing Journal by Wolters Kluver – September 2021
It is clear and accepted by the innovation ecosystem that those who invest in the development […]
Antitrust And Patent Law: Crossroad Or Intersection?
LES Nouvelles – March 2021
Antitrust law is intended to protect competition from unreasonable restraints, and it is generally understood as a set of rules […]
How to end the abuse of litigation in SEP licensing
WIPR – February 2021
Courts around the world should provide a clear guidance in SEP licensing negotiations. They should dissuade parties from frivolous litigation that […]
FRAND forever? Or other business model are possible
MPAI Community – January 2021
In the context of the development of new technology standards, Intellectual Property Rights (IP Rights) are the engine that ensure […]
Acknowledgment by the Joint Research Center (JRC) of the European Commission for supporting the development of the report “Patent Assertion Entities in Europe: Their impact on innovation and knowledge transfer in ICT markets”
This report has been developed in close collaboration with Patent Assertion Entities (PAEs), companies affected by PAEs, companies that are clients of PAEs, and experts in the field. Most of the insights and the added value we provide derive from the fruitful exchange with the stakeholders involved. The authors and editors would like to express special thanks to Roberto Dini, Sir Robin Jacob, Thomas Kramler, Ruud Peters and Heinz Polsterer for their very helpful suggestions and contributions in the process of drafting this report.
Patent Elf is a term coined by Roberto Dini who suggests that there is kinder and gentler sort of licensing company that a Troll, that acts to propagate technology and encourage R&D by allowing researchers to profit from their labours.