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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...
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The Possible Benefits of Pool Licensing for the Internet of Things,...

The fourth panel discussion at the LeadershIP EU Roundtable was dedicated to the pros and cons of patent pools for Standard Essential...
California Duty

Did FTC v. Qualcomm Create an Antitrust Duty to License SEPs?

In May 2019, Judge Lucy H. Koh of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California issued a decision in...

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...

A Bargaining Model v. Reality in FTC v. Qualcomm: A...

May 2019 A Bargaining Model v. Reality in FTC v. Qualcomm: A Reply to Kattan & Muris By Douglas H. Ginsburg & Joshua D. Wright...

FTC v. Qualcomm: Trial and Possible Implications

January 2019 FTC v. Qualcomm: Trial and Possible Implications By Jay Jurata (Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe)1 Nearly two years after the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) brought...

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