Straight Talks: New players, new rules - IP disruption in the automobile industry

Not long ago, an automotive “innovation” meant a new way of engineering a powertrain or emissions system, which would then be patented by the original equipment manufacturer...

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Straight Talks, our four-part Automotive and Mobility podcast series

The autonomous vehicle revolution has introduced an exciting array of innovations into the automobile industry. Our automotive team explores how groundbreaking technology is...

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Artificial Intelligence and your business: A guide for navigating the legal, policy, commercial, and strategic challenges ahead

Virtually all industries are being reshaped with the use of Artificial Intelligence and advanced machine-learning.

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Global IP outlook 2018

2017 was a year of widespread political, technological, and legal changes; leading to lack of certainty and creating both challenges and opportunities for businesses in 2018 and beyond.

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Emerging issues in the connected cars and autonomous vehicles market are influencing standard-essential patents and IP transactions

In this interview, Hogan Lovells partner Celine Jimenez Crowson addresses the relationship between standard-essential patents (SEPs) and the connectivity technologies used...

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U.S. International Trade Commission Judge Theodore R. Essex joins IP litigation practice at Hogan Lovells

Former U.S. International Trade Commission Judge Theodore (Ted) R. Essex brings a wealth of knowledge to our IP practice and to clients around the globe. Judge Essex joins the Hogan Lovells ...

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Attorneys React to Supreme Court Patent Venue Ruling

Celine Crowson has been quoted in Law360 on the U.S. Supreme Court patent venue ruling.

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Getting The Deal Through Automotive 2017 - United States

A joint Hogan Lovells & GTDT publication on the law and regulation governing the automotive industry in the United States.

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