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Huawei v ZTE – analysis from across Europe

James Nurton, London

Many IP and competition lawyers have reacted to last week’s ruling from the CJEU in the Huawei v ZTE case regarding standard-essential patents and FRAND licensing. Here are some key quotes

The decision, published on July 16, says that the owner of a standard essential patent who seeks an injunction must have alerted the alleged infringer and made a specific, written licence offer specifying the royalty and the way it is...

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