Feb-07(1)

In this issue: The Rambus Opinion and Standard-Setting Anne Layne-Farrar, Feb 15, 2007 What The Rambus Ruling Means For Intellectual Property In Standard Setting The FTC ruling sends some very clear messages. But the ruling could also set some perilous precedents. In particular, the royalty rates set by the order implicitly suggest a patent counting […]

Attheraces Limited v. The British Horseracing Board Limited

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Alan Bates, Feb 23, 2007 Any realistic attempt to predict the future development and speed of the European Community’s gradual shift to a more economics-based approach to antitrust law needs to take account of the likely effects of the devolution to Member States […]

What The Rambus Ruling Means For Intellectual Property In Standard Setting

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Anne Layne-Farrar, Feb 15, 2007 On February 5 the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued its final opinion in the long-running, and often convoluted, legal proceeding against Rambus, Inc., a computer technology company. The Commission began its case back in 2002, charging that […]