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The UK’s Role as a Venue for FRAND Litigation: Have the UK Courts Gone Far Enough?

The UK’s Role as a Venue for FRAND Litigation: Have the...

The licensing of SEPs for cellular mobile technology is a global matter — standards, technologies, and the scope of many licensees’ operations...

Protecting Intellectual Property Rights Abroad: Due Process, Public Interest Factors, and...

Posted by Social Science Research Network Protecting Intellectual Property Rights Abroad: Due Process, Public Interest Factors, and Extra-Jurisdictional Remedies  By Koren W. Wong-Ervin (George Mason University) Abstract:...

The Lundbeck Case and the concept of potential competition

Posted by Social Science Research Network The Lundbeck Case and the concept of potential competition By Sandra Marco Colino (The Chinese University of Hong Kong), Niamh...

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...

At the Cutting Edge of PRC AML Private Litigation

By Dr. Zhan Hao & Song Ying - On August 1, 2008, China launched the Anti-Monopoly Law (“AML”), establishing a dual enforcement system comprising both...

Standards Setting, Standards Development and Division of the Gains from Standardization

By David J. Teece and Edward F. Sherry - According to this article, standards development frequently involves significant R&D and related investments by technology contributors....

Canada’s TREB Decision on Abuse of Dominance: Points of Possible Divergence

By Randall Hofley - The recent Canadian Competition Tribunal decision in Commissioner of Competition v. Toronto Real Estate Board provides a detailed outline of each element...

“Excessive Royalty” Prohibitions and the Dangers of Punishing Vigorous Competition and...

By Douglas H. Ginsburg, Bruce H. Kobayashi, Koren W. Wong-Ervin, and Joshua D. Wright This article discusses the dangers of regulating royalties, including the difficult...

The Resurrection of Essential Facilities Doctrine and Its Applicability in India

By Kalyani Singh The controversial essential facilities doctrine recently seems to have resurfaced amidst recent developments in competition law. Specifically, the doctrine has found itself...

Interview with Judge Chuang Wang, Presiding Judge of Intellectual Property Tribunal

By Vanessa Yanhua Zhang Since the Anti-Monopoly Law (hereinafter “AML”) of China took effect in August 2008, private litigation has become one of the most...

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