The European Commission today announced it has set up a group to consider the licensing and valuation of standard-essential patents (SEPs).
The first 5G specifications have been released, prompting questions about the challenges of licensing standard-essential patents (SEPs) in the internet of things (IoT).
“Patent disputes are not a sign of illness—they are a sign of wellness,” says Bill Merritt, CEO of mobile technology research and development company InterDigital. “I would be really troubled […]
There is an urgent need to set out key principles “to foster a balanced, smooth and predictable framework for SEPs” said the European Commission in its Communication setting out the […]
[Brussels: 16 November 2017] IP Europe welcomes the recent comments made by the US Assistant Attorney General, Makan Delrahim, on the role of antitrust law in the context of standard setting organizations, or SSOs.