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Research: FRAND Determination in TCL v. Ericsson and Unwired Planet v. Huawei: Same Same But Different?
Peter Georg Picht has published the paper “FRAND determination in TCL v. Ericsson and Unwired Planet v. Huawei: Same same but different” in which he focuses on the treatment of the two approaches in FRAND calculation: “top-down” and “comparable licenses”.
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4iP News: An interview with Dr. Bowman Heiden on economic value
Center for Intellectual Property - Chalmers University of Technology, University of Gothenburg, and Norwegian University of Science and Technology; The Hoover Institution at Stanford University.
Publications: An interview with Dr. Bowman Heiden on economic value
In December 2019, Dr. Bowman Heiden published – The Value of Connectivity in the Automotive Sector – A First Look available in our Research section. A webinar organised by 4iP Council will be dedicated to this topic on June 11th. Registration to the webinar is already open. 4iP Council decided to sit down with Dr. Heiden to further explore the value of connectivity and how economic valuation methods could contribute to a sound understanding of the matter. This Q&A is the result. Dr. Heiden works for the Center for Intellectual Property - Chalmers University of Technology, University of Gothenburg, and Norwegian University of Science and Technology; The Hoover Institution at Stanford University.
Webinars: FRAND Licensing Levels under EU Law - components or end-device?
Analyses whether EU law imposes an obligation on holders of standard essential patents (SEPs) to license at all levels of the value chain, including at component level. The location of the appropriate licensing level in the value chain is becoming a crucial question in the IoT debate as more and more industries will gain cellular connectivity (automotive, home appliances, agriculture, healthcare, etc). Provides extensive and practical analysis of this issue from the perspectives of general principles of EU constitutional law, patent law, contract law and competition law.