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In-house counsel reflect on “blood sport” of litigating and licensing SEPs in Europe

Michael Loney, New York


Recent standard essential patent developments include hopes for courts to “show muscle” in granting injunctions, the European Commission’s recent communication and proposals for alternative dispute resolutions

European in-house counsel gave insights into the licensing of standard-essential patents at Managing IP’s International Patent Forum in London last month.

Hugo Sakkers, head of legal at Philips International, discussed whether injunctions are still available in Europe in FRAND...


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