Litigating standard-essential patents - FRAND and antitrust implications
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Litigating standard-essential patents - FRAND and antitrust implications

Litigating patents that are essential to technical standards requires a careful consideration of antitrust rules. Sabine Agé and Amandine Métier of Véron & Associés, Klaus Haft and Tobias Hahn of Reimann Osterrieth Köhler Haft, Mark van Gardingen of Brinkhof and Ari Laakkonen of Powell Gilbert explain the rules in their own jurisdictions

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