UK Court rules on non-essentiality of patents
The UK High Court has made its first declaration of non-essentiality (DONE) in a patent dispute between two telecoms companies
After a three-week trial between Finlands Nokia and US company InterDigital, in which the Court was asked to decide whether four of InterDigitals European patents were essential to the 3G telecoms standard in Europe, Lord Justice Pumfrey ruled that three...
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