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Publications: Standardisation and SEP Licensing: A EU Policy Perspective, The Interplay Between Competition Law and Intellectual Property – An International Perspective
This essay by Ginevra Bruzzone and Sara Capozzi is published in G. Muscolo and M. Tavassi (eds.), The Interplay Between Competition Law and Intellectual Property – An International Perspective, Wolters Kluwer, 2019.
Publications: Unwired Planet v Huawei: the UK Court of Appeal’s judgment. Webinar slides presented by the Rt. Hon. Sir Robin Jacob and Richard Vary
This webinar took place on 13 February 2019 and offered a summary of this significant court decision, detail on the contract law basis for FRAND and a discussion on the jurisdiction issues surrounding a national court determining global FRAND rates.
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4iP News: Webinar on the UK Court of Appeal ruling on Unwired Planet v Huawei - slides now available
The Rt. Hon. Sir Robin Jacob and Richard Vary's webinar presentation today on the recent UK Court of Appeal ruling Huawei v Unwired Planet is now available for download.
Research: Portability in Datasets under Intellectual Property, Competition Law, and Blockchain
by Dr Björn Lundqvist, Associate Professor of Law, Stockholm University
This summary attempts to identify which legal systems are applicable when data is obtained from devices, sent to other devices, and/or distributed to the Cloud, and, ultimately, when it is reused. The author specifically focuses on the application of competition law vis-à-vis the firms included in the standardisation of the Digital Economy. The author’s full paper on this topic can be found on the SSRN website.
Research: A FRAND Regime for Dominant Digital Platforms
by Mathew Heim and Igor Nikolic
This study explores how European policy and legislation has traditionally applied the ‘fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory’ or FRAND regime in order to ensure access to critical goods or services. This regime provides inspiration in the on-going debate around dominant digital platforms. The authors of this paper are Mathew Heim, Tanfield Chambers and Dr. Igor Nikolic, University College London.