Well known blog Foss Patents which focusses on intellectual property and related competition law issues has released a podcast on developments relating to component-level SEP licencing. The podcast reviews developments since November 2019 where the matter was previously discussed at FOSS Patents' Chipset-Level SEP Licensing conference in Brussels. Featuring the same panel members, including Bristows' Pat Treacy, the podcast covers general updates surrounding component-level licensing of SEPs before discussing, the implications of the Dusseldorf Regional Court's decision to refer to the Court of Justice of the EU a set of key legal questions (relating to component-level licensing as well as the application of the Huawei v. ZTE framework).
Pat Treacy, is joined by Professor Christian Donle of Preu Bohlig, Jay Jurata of Orrick Herrington Sutcliffe and Paul Lugard of Baker Botts. You can listen to the full podcast above or on our Bristows site here, or find the original FOSS Patent blog here.
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