Posts Tagged: "IPlytics"

Webinar: AI Based Determination – Challenging the Status Quo – Sponsored By Unified Patents & IPlytics

One of the major challenges when licensing, transacting, or managing Standard Essential Patents (SEPs) is that there is no public database that provides information about verified SEPs. Standard-setting organizations (SSOs) such as ETSI (4G / 5G), IEEE (Wi-Fi), or ITUT (HEVC/VVC) maintain databases of so-called self-declared patents that are required to be licensed pursuant to a fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory…

Free IPlytics Webinar – Unpacking VVC SEPs and standards contributions

With multiple reports published by many different entities on 5G, Wi-Fi 6 or VVC leadership, it is hard to know who to believe, as there is little transparency about where the data comes from and what types of analysis were applied to retrieve the results let alone how to try to reproduce any of such analysis yourself. Most of the…

Determining When a Patent Portfolio is Standard-Essential: A Probabilistic Approach

In recent years, several patent experts and commentators have claimed that there are too many “low-quality” patents being granted by patent offices around the world, or that a large percentage of patents are often found invalid by courts and judges. Until a patent is found to be invalid by a court or another tribunal, during licensing negotiations both licensor and licensee can only consider the likelihood that such patent is eventually found invalid based on the incomplete information available to them. Similarly, it has been claimed that a patent-by-patent analysis of a large patent portfolio could determine, without any uncertainty, whether a portfolio is infringed or standard essential. For example, several studies have been published or presented in courts that try to determine which patents in a portfolio are “truly” essential….. A better model, in the author’s opinion, is a probabilistic model that tries to estimate the likelihood of a portfolio to be infringed, valid and/or essential.

Free IPlytics Webinar – Unpacking Wi-Fi 6 SEPs and standards contributions

With multiple reports published by many different entities on 5G, Wi-Fi 6, or VVC leadership, it is hard to know who to believe, as there is little transparency about where the data comes from and what types of analysis were applied to retrieve the results let alone how to try to reproduce any of such analysis yourself. Most of the…

IPW Webinar: Determining Essentiality for Standard Essential Patents: Challenges, Benefits & Solutions

One of the major challenges when licensing, transacting, or managing SEPs is that there is no public database that provides information about verified Standard Essential Patents (SEPs). Standard-setting organizations (“SSOs”) such as ETSI (4G / 5G), IEEE (Wi-Fi), or ITUT (HEVC/VVC) maintain databases of so-called self-declared patents to document the FRAND obligation. However, the SSOs do not determine whether any…

Free IPlytics Webinar – Unpacking 5G SEPs and standards contributions

With multiple reports published by many different entities on 5G, Wi-Fi 6, or VVC leadership, it is hard to know who to believe, as there is little transparency about where the data comes from and what types of analysis were applied to retrieve the results let alone how to try to reproduce any of such analysis yourself. Most of the…

How to use AI to predict Standard Essentiality

Part 3: How to predict Standard Essentiality • How to correlate declared SEPs and standards data? • How to make use of training data of verified essential patents from claim charts? • Best practices on verified SEP sampling methods to calculate an essentiality share. • Best practices on SEP prediction methods to calculate the likelihood of essentiality.

IPW Webinar: SEP Litigation Trends and Licensing Realities

SEP Litigation Trends and Licensing Realities Join us for this special 90 minute webinar! Approved for 1.8 CLE in Missouri, Pending 90 minutes CLE in Minnesota, Ohio, Oklahoma, and Tennessee! In order for the full potential and promise of autonomous vehicles to be recognized, it will be critical for automakers to create vehicles that communicate with each other in real time, without…

How to use Standards Contribution data to understand SEP portfolios

In this best practice webinar series, we will explore methods and approaches on how to retrieve, normalize, match, and then count and valuate data such as declared SEPs, standards contributions as well as SEP claim charts. The three-part webinar series provides real-world examples. In each webinar session, we will discuss the best practices that we have identified with our partners…