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One Size Does Not Fit All When It Comes to Economic Theories Used to Determine Royalty Rates

USA - July 1 2019 Calculating royalty rates as part of a patent dispute often becomes a hotly-disputed issue, where opposing economic theories from expert witnesses are...

Matthew S. Galica, Tiffany Knapp, Michael T. Renaud, Aarti Shah.

Score This One in Favor of Standard-Essential Patent Owners: Recent Decision Makes Satisfying FRAND Obligations Easier

USA - June 5 2019 A recent decision in the Eastern District of Texas should provide standard-essential patent (“SEP”) owners with more clarity and optimism when...

Matthew S. Galica, Michael T. Renaud, Aarti Shah.

Commission Reverses Apple Infringement Finding, Thereby Mooting the Public Interest Inquiry...For Now

USA - March 27 2019 Yesterday afternoon, the International Trade Commission issued its Final Determination in Certain Mobile Electronic Devices and Radio Frequency and...

Rithika Kulathila, Michael T. Renaud, Sandra J. Badin.

FRAND Licensing of Global Portfolios - Who Gets to Set Worldwide Rates?

USA, United Kingdom - March 26 2019 A key issue in the licensing of standard essential patents (SEPs) is whether national courts have jurisdiction to determine what constitutes a global...

Michael T. Renaud, Sandra J. Badin.

PanOptis’ Recent Victory against Huawei Demonstrates Why an International Enforcement Approach Is Advisable for Standard-Essential Patents

USA - March 21 2019 PanOptis Patent Management, LLC (“PanOptis”) was recently awarded enhanced damages and ongoing royalties as a result of Huawei Technology Co. Ltd...

Matthew S. Galica, Michael T. Renaud.