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UPC scenario 3: A standards case from the defendant’s perspective


Our latest UPC scenario looks at a case involving a standard-essential patent. Michael Carter, Nick Cunningham and David Barron consider a defendant’s options in the new court system

In recent years few issues have occupied more time before the national courts of Europe than those relating to patents which are notified to a standards-setting body as essential or potentially essential (SEPs) and the related issues of what is...


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