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Too Many Patents
Patents: Property or Monopoly?
Anti-Competitive Effects: Litigation & Extortion
Overview of a Patent Litigation
October 10, 2019
Voting Machines, Patents, and National Security
When standard-essential patents (SEPs) are in the news, it’s usually in the context of cellular or wireless networking standards. Maybe you’ve thought about how standards govern other things...
July 19, 2019
EU Competition Authorities Fine Qualcomm While DoJ Says “No Problem”
Yesterday, EU Commissioner for Competition Margarete Vestager announced the Commission’s decision to fine Qualcomm for using pricing and contract terms to force a rival out of the market. This...
April 26, 2019
Anything Qualcomm Can Do, Huawei Can Do (Better?)
With the settlement of the Apple-Qualcomm litigation, the fate of the FTC’s litigation against Qualcomm has become the next topic of interest in the standard-essential patent (SEP) sphere. The...
April 11, 2019
Delrahim Out Of Step With FTC, Industry, Academics On FRAND/SEP
Jacqueline Yin is a Legal Fellow at the Computer & Communications Industry Association. This post is also online at Project DisCo. In the U.S., antitrust laws are typically enforced by both t...
October 1, 2018
ITC: No Public Interest In Excluding Qualcomm Competitors
Over a year ago, I filed comments at the International Trade Commission (ITC). Those comments explained why it went against the public interest to exclude Qualcomm’s competitors products from the ...
January 24, 2018
Standard Essential Patents In The News
Standard essential patents (SEPs) are in the news today in a couple ways. First, the EU antitrust authorities fined Qualcomm $1.2 billion over conduct that involved locking Apple into an exclusive su...
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