Antitrust and Patent Issues, Part II

In this issue:

We’re still swimming in the murky waters of patents in this second of two issues on antitrust and patents, compiled with Danny Sokol’s guidance. These articles continue exploring the turmoil with in-depth analyses on, among other issues, the importance of royalty stacking, the Chinese Qualcomm decision, very diverse opinions on the IEEE BRL, the patent ecosystem, and differentiating between SEPs and non-SEPs.

Once finished, check out our previous issue for a complete picture of the antitrust/patent pool. The water gets calmer and clearer once you’re immersed.

 

Antitrust and Patent Issues, Part II

Jorge Contreras, Mar 31, 2015

Standards, Royalty Stacking, and Collective Action

The Federal Circuit should explicitly recognize the presence of royalty stacking as a factor impacting the potential reasonableness of patent royalties. Jorge L. Contreras (Univ. of Utah)

James Rill, James Kress, Mar 31, 2015

The Application of China’s Anti-Monopoly Law to Essential Patent Licensing: The NDRC/QUALCOMM Action

It is the range of behavioral remedies agreed to that may well have the greatest long-term significance. James F. Rill & James Kress (Baker Botts)

Michael Lindsay, Konstantinos Konstantinos, Mar 31, 2015

Updating a Patent Policy: The IEEE Experience

Using its procedures, IEEE-SA was able to achieve consensus on its policy update. Michael A. Lindsay (Dorsey & Whitney ) & Konstantinos Karachalios (IEEE Standards Asso

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