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Confidentiality In FRAND Licensing After Huawei v ZTE: National Courts in Europe Searching For Balance


In a landmark decision in the matter Huawei v ZTE, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) established a well-balanced framework for the licensing of Standard Essential Patents (SEPs) on Fair, Reasonable and Non-Discriminatory (FRAND) terms and conditions. Following this judgement, national courts in Europe have been providing further guidance on several key questions related to the ruling, as illustrated in summary infographic starting on page 215. les Nouvelles April 2019 Article of the Month
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On April 26, it is Intellectual Property Day. On “World IP Day”, rights to inventions, texts, brands and plant varieties are in the spotlight worldwide. Rightly so: these legal rights are crucial to innovation. This year’s theme is “Reach for Gold: IP and Sports”, because whether you are a sporty entrepreneur or an entrepreneurial sportsperson: you score with IP!

The sports sector is a challenging playing field for innovation – both for athletes and entrepreneurs. Athletes strive to go faster, higher, stronger. Innovations in equipment and clothing can make the crucial difference. The sports industry is rapidly developing, very competitive and offers plenty of opportunities for innovative entrepreneurs. It also requires a good IP strategy.

Learn more at www.wipo.int/ipday

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