Six Severe Challenges in Implementing China’s Anti-Monopoly Law

Six Severe Challenges in Implementing China’s Anti-Monopoly Law

CPI Asia Column edited by Vanessa Yanhua Zhang (Global Economics Group) present: Six Severe Challenges in Implementing China’s Anti-Monopoly Law 1  By Wang Xiaoye (Institute of Law of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences)2 Click here for a pdf version of this article. August 1st, 2018 is the 10th anniversary of the Anti-Monopoly Law (AML) in China. […]

Game Theory Analysis Of SEP Injunction Application And Information Disclosure

Game Theory Analysis Of SEP Injunction Application And Information Disclosure

By Judge Wenlian Ding – There is no doubt that the license fee of Standard Essential Patents (“SEPs”) can be priced by a judge’s ruling. On the one hand, such price determined by a judge’s ruling is difficult to be as accurate and fair as market pricing, while on the other hand, pricing based on the […]

Extra-Jurisdictional Remedies Involving Patent Licensing

Extra-Jurisdictional Remedies Involving Patent Licensing

By Koren Wong-Ervin, Bruce H. Kobayashi, Douglas H. Ginsburg & Joshua D. Wright –  This article discusses the various approaches taken by competition agencies thus far on extra-jurisdictional remedies, as exemplified by four recent decisions: one by the FTC against Google/MMI; two by DG Comp against Motorola and Samsung, respectively; and one by China’s NDRC against […]

Challenge Restraints And The Scope Of The Patent

Challenge Restraints And The Scope Of The Patent

By Erik Hovenkamp – Challenge restraints are used within a variety of different patent agreements – ranging from ordinary licensing deals to “reverse settlements” – with varying competitive effects.However, the courts have failed to recognize challenge restraints as a distinct antitrust issue. This brief article explains why they ought to be viewed as such. The analysis […]

Network Neutrality in an Increasingly Diverse World

Network Neutrality in an Increasingly Diverse World

By Christopher S. Yoo – Over the course of the last year, regulatory interest in network neutrality has intensified. This analysis suggests the need to understand the trade offs inherent in any decision to standardize around any particular design and to appreciate that any such standardization can have hidden costs. Only by framing standardization as a […]

Engineering Competition Through Spectrum Policy: Previous Approaches and Why 5G Needs Change

Engineering Competition Through Spectrum Policy: Previous Approaches and Why 5G Needs Change

By Martin Cave & William Webb – This paper reviews recent developments in “marketizing” spectrum, but it also addresses new approaches to spectrum management based upon sharing, either via so-called spectrum commons or by a more limited set of users. This method is particularly apposite to the next great challenge facing spectrum management, the development […]

The Advent of 5G: Should Technological Evolution Lead to Regulatory Revolution?

The Advent of 5G: Should Technological Evolution Lead to Regulatory Revolution?

By Peter Alexiadis & Tony Shortall – A question which the authors seek to address is whether the broad political commitment to fulfilling 5G objectives across the EU by 2025 can somehow be aligned with the technological changes that will be effected by this new technology and the regulatory changes that might be necessary to accommodate […]

OTT are Ubers and ECS are Taxis. Or Not?

OTT are Ubers and ECS are Taxis. Or Not?

By Raymundo Enriquez & Gerardo Calderon – In this article, the authors discuss the views of actors from the established Electronic Communication Services, who support regulating services, and views from new Over-The-Top services providers, who argue against being subject to such regulations. The article also focuses on the disruptive effect that OTT services have on the […]

CPI Talks: Seminar – The role of Antitrust in licensing disputes in ICT sector, Singapore – April 2016.

CPI Talks: Seminar – The role of Antitrust in licensing disputes in ICT sector, Singapore – April 2016.

Transcript of our seminar “The Role of Antitrust in Licensing Disputes in the ICT Sector” – In this transcript our readers will find an enriching debate among our four outstanding speakers, David Evans, Christopher Yoo, Dina Kallay and Judge Douglas Ginsburg, on topics such as hold up and hold out, the role of SSO and […]

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