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Unwired Planet v Huawei: UK Supreme Court may have to be bold, lawyers say

Ed Conlon, London


By taking a FRAND showdown between Unwired Planet and Huawei, the UK Supreme Court can show that it’s not afraid to make bold decisions on global disputes if others won’t, lawyers tell Managing IP

“I can see it going either way,” says Alan MacDougall, a UK-based partner at Mathys & Squire, as he reflects on Unwired Planet v Huawei – a case dealing with fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory (FRAND) licensing that is being watched...


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