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Webinars: Unwired Planet v Huawei UK Supreme Court Decision - your questions answered

Provides a summary of the decision outlining what the judges upheld and what they overturned and answers the following questions: Will the UK still be able to calculate global rates as part of deciding whether to give an injunction? Non-discrimination: what happens if one licensee has a better deal? Will the UK remain a key forum for patent owners?

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Categories: FRAND, IP and Competition Law, IP Enforcement, Licensing

4iP News: Slides and recording now available - Unwired Planet v Huawei UK Supreme Court Decision - your questions answered

Slides and recording now available - Unwired Planet v Huawei UK Supreme Court Decision - your questions answered

Richard Vary answers key questions about the case

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Categories: FRAND, IP and Competition Law, IP Enforcement, Licensing

Publications: Unwired Planet v Huawei - UK Supreme Court Decision

Unwired Planet v Huawei  - UK Supreme Court Decision

These slides were shared by expert Richard Vary during a webinar on 1 September 2020. The webinar addressed the following questions about the UK Supreme Court's decision: Unwired Planet v Huawei - What did the judges uphold and what did they overturn? Will the UK still be able to calculate global rates as part of deciding whether to give an injunction? Non-discrimination: what happens if one licensee has a better deal? Will the UK remain a key forum for patent owners?

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Categories: FRAND, IP and Competition Law, IP Enforcement, Licensing

Research: License to All or Access to All? A Law and Economics Assessment of Standard Development Organizations’ Licensing Rules

License to All or Access to All? A Law and Economics Assessment of Standard Development Organizations’ Licensing Rules

By Dr. Anne Layne-Farrar Vice President in Competition Economics at Charles River Associates and an Adjunct Professor at the Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law, and Richard J. Stark Partner in the Litigation Department of Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP.

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Categories: FRAND, IP and Competition Law, Licensing, Standardisation

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.

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Categories: FRAND, Internet of Things (IoT), IP and Competition Law, Licensing