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US District Court confirms that Qualcomm must offer RAND SEP licences to rival chipset manufacturers

USA - November 14 2018 In California, Judge Koh has granted partial summary judgment in favour of the FTC against Qualcomm, making an order that Qualcomm must license its...

Sophie Lawrance, Pat Treacy.


CLIP of the month: Does orphan drug pricing pose an antitrust problem?

USA, European Union - October 29 2018 In the USA, a rare or orphan disease is defined as affecting fewer than 200,000 people and more than 7,000 rare diseases have been identified to date...

Sophie Lawrance.


SEP holders’ guidelines on IoT 5G FRAND licensing

USA - October 22 2018 The Commission’s SEP Communication was designed to offer guidance on FRAND and SEP licensing. However, as we have noted before, it did not take a...

Sophie Lawrance.


Amazon Marketplace seems to be the Commission’s next big data antitrust target

United Kingdom, European Union - September 21 2018 Following up on our recent post about the big data concerns assessed by the Commission in the AppleShazam merger (here), the news that the Commission...

Stephen Smith.


Summer FRAND developments: some big antitrust news to come

United Kingdom - September 17 2018 Back in May this year, the Court of Appeal sat for five days to hear Huawei’s appeal of Birss J’s judgment in Unwired Planet. The bench included two...

Sophie Lawrance.