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‘Courts cannot shy away from tackling FRAND issues’

By Kluwer Patent blogger on Nov 27, 2020 08:27 am
“We are at a junction where market players lost all confidence on how they should position themselves either as SEP owners or defendants and prospective licensees.” That is the opinion of Peter Chrocziel, partner at Bardehle Pagenberg, specialist in SEP issues and editor of the book ‘International Licensing and Technology Transfer: Practice and the Law’....

Preparatory Committee: Unified Patent Court an important step closer

By Kluwer Patent blogger on Nov 26, 2020 07:46 pm
The UPC Preparatory Committee has reacted with enthusiasm to the approval in the German Bundestag of the ratification legislation for the Unified Patent Court Agreement. In an announcement on its website the Committee writes: “The goal of bringing the Unified Patent Court into operation moves an important step closer this evening with the news from...

German Bundestag approves legislation to ratify the Unified Patent Court Agreement

By Kluwer Patent blogger on Nov 26, 2020 06:39 pm
The German Bundestag has approved draft legislation to ratify the Unified Patent Court Agreement. 571 representatives support the UPCA, 73 voted against. It means the necessary 2/3 majority was easily achieved. There were three abstentions. The vote is an important step towards introduction of the Unitary Patent system, which can enter into force only after...

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