Standard Essential Patents should be licensed on Fair, Reasonable, and Non-Discriminatory terms. How?
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The Fair Standards Alliance (FSA) welcomes the call of the German competition authority, the Bundeskartellamt (BKartA), to national courts to refer legal questions on licensing
Fair Standards Alliance welcomes a forward-looking guide of Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry on licensing of standard essential patents. In May 2020, the
Brussels, 12 May 2020 – Five associations of businesses representing 6.5 million European jobs and over EUR 175 billion yearly investment into R&D, highlight the
Brussels, 20 January, 2020 – The Fair Standards Alliance (FSA) welcomes TomTom, a Dutch multinational developer and creator of location technology and consumer electronics, as
A set of recommendations on standard essential patent (SEP) licensing through patent pools, prepared by the Fair Standards Alliance (FSA), a voice of more than
Brussels, 6 November, 2019 – Patent pools whose licensing practices are fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory (FRAND) would benefit both standard-essential patent (SEP) owners and innovative
Please see here the views from the Fair Standards Alliance on the appeal proceedings before the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom in Unwired Planet