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52 results for: sep frand disputes
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Nokia has continued its string of successful SEP campaigns in Germany, obtaining injunctions on  two of its SEPs against Oppo. It appears...
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In December 2021, the UK Government launched its SEP consultation and it has today published an executive summary of the responses it has...
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In the article linked below, my colleague Sophie Lawrance and I explain the recent decision in the Court of Appeal in Nokia v Oppo. Oppo...
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In the latest development in the ‘connected car wars’, IP Bridge (a member of the Avanci pool) has obtained an injunction against Ford in...
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IAM has reported on a novel turn of events in the FRAND space, with it being revealed by ZTE that it has asked the Shenzhen Court to...
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If you have 10 minutes today you could spend it reading this interesting article by Professor Jorge Contreras on the 'Defending American...
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Those in the FRAND space will be familiar with recent developments in Europe and the People's Republic of China concerning SEP and FRAND...
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A colourful judgment last week in the intellectual property list is a sobering reminder that solicitors need to rise above "bad-tempered...
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Hard on the heels of reviews of SEP policy in the US (now closed - see here); the UK (open until 1 March - see here) and Japan (revision...
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Speedread and practical tipsTwo decisions in the Commercial Court last week make it crystal clear that the court expects witnesses to...
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Nokia and Nordic Semiconductors announced today what is said to be a "pioneering new approach" to licensing IoT SEPs. Whilst that is...
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On 13 January 2022, a two week trial between the NPE InterDigital and the implementer Lenovo began. Whilst there has been a proliferation...