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Antitrust Chronicle FTC v. Qualcomm: The Sky Is NOT Falling

FTC v. Qualcomm: The Sky Is NOT Falling

Judges can be too demanding of plaintiffs and thereby stymie meritorious cases, but that is not what happened in FTC v. Qualcomm....
IP/Intellectual Property

DOJ Reaffirms Borders on Antitrust-IP Intersection

By James F. Rill, John M. Taladay & Stacy L. Turner (Baker Botts)*   The Antitrust Division has taken definitive steps in the past several years...
Intellectual Property

Comparable Agreements and the “Top-Down” Approach to FRAND Royalties Determination

By Haris Tsilikas, LLM (Max Planck Institute)1   I. Introduction The development of innovative standards hinges on a vibrant ecosystem of standardization inducing private investment by allowing...
5G EU

5G, FRAND Licensing, and EU Competition Law: Analytical Rigor and Persistent...

It is now undisputed that 5G and IoT will revolutionize many industries, from energy to healthcare, manufacturing, and mobility. The dissemination of...
F R A N D

IPR Policy as Strategy – The Battle to Define the Meaning...

The current contentions over SEP licensing in mobile telecommunications is primarily a result of the success of standardization to build a multi-trillion-dollar...
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SEP Licensing After Two Decades of Legal Wrangling: Some Issues Solved,...

This paper explores where we stand after two decades of European Commission investigations, substantial patent litigation in national courts, and a major...

SEP Licensing for the Internet of Things – Challenges for Patent...

Licensing standard essential patents (“SEPs”) for the Internet of Things (“IoT”) will create novel challenges for parties involved in both standardization and...

Antitrust Enforcement and Litigation in The Semiconductor Industry in China (Patterns...

By Wei Huang & Bei Yin Antitrust enforcement in the semiconductor industry in China has focused mainly on merger...

The Science of China’s Frand Rate-Setting

By He Jing In recent years China’s courts and antitrust authorities have increasingly played significant roles in setting FRAND...
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A Ringing Endorsement of “Regulatory Humility”: The New U.S. Statement on...

By James F. Rill, Dina Kallay & James G. Kress1 I. INTRODUCTION On December 19, 2019, with little fanfare, the U.S. Department of Justice, Antitrust Division...

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