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SEP licensing disputes prompts EU efforts to reduce friction

Published on: 26 November 2020
Published by: MLex
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Article summary

MLex: Licensing disputes relating to standard essential patents (SEPs) will see the European Commission (the Commission) ‘facilitate industry-led initiatives to reduce frictions and litigations among players in specific sectors’. The Commission’s recent Intellectual Property (IP) Action Plan states that in the medium-to-long term the Commission will consider ’reforms to further clarify and improve the framework governing the declaration, licensing and enforcement of SEPs’. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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