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Lexology PRO | United Kingdom | 5 Apr 2023

CMA imposes rare price cap on Motorola to end “supernormal profits”

The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority is limiting how much Motorola Solutions can charge emergency services to use its Airwave network, although the company says it will challenge such an “egregious overreach”.
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Lexology PRO | United Kingdom | 20 Dec 2022

Ofcom issues rare antitrust fine for emergency services tender collusion

The UK’s communications regulator has fined Sepura £1.5 million for colluding with rival Motorola to rig a tender for telecommunications equipment used by the country’s emergency services, in what is the authority's third antitrust infringement decision.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Canada, China, etc. | 9 Feb 2022

Trade secrets: key risks for businesses (Feb 2022)

A look at some of the most recent actions taken by courts and authorities around the world in relation to the protection of trade secrets and the implications for innovative businesses.
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Lexology PRO | United Kingdom | 1 Feb 2022

Motorola loses bid to block CMA market investigation

The UK’s Competition Appeal Tribunal has rejected the first-ever judicial challenge to the national antitrust enforcer’s decision to open a market investigation.
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Lexology PRO | United Kingdom | 8 Jul 2021

CMA considers market investigation into Motorola

The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority is considering launching a market investigation into Motorola’s Airwave network – the radio network used by all emergency services in Great Britain – over suspicions that the company is earning excess profits.
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Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer | United Kingdom | 12 May 2020

Losing WP privilege: two narrow exceptions in the spotlight in the UK

Exceptions to the without prejudice rule are notoriously restricted, given that the fundamental premise of the rule is that litigants should be able…
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K&L Gates LLP | USA | 9 Mar 2020

Misappropriators Beware: Motorola Court Embraces Extraterritorial Application of the Defend Trade Secrets Act

On March 5, 2020, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois entered a final judgment on a jury verdict of approximately $764.6…
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Spruson & Ferguson | Australia | 10 Sep 2019

Current Snapshot of the Licensing of SEPs in Australia

Standard Essential Patents (SEPs) play an important role in the development and promotion of new technology and highly standardised industries, such…
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Fisher Phillips | USA | 4 Jun 2018

A “Crowbar to Get Everything” : Motorola v. Hytera and the Issues with Imaging Computers in Discovery

In an interesting 15-page discovery order, Magistrate Judge Jeffrey Cole of the Northern District of Illinois rejected Motorola's attempt to obtain…
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Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP | USA | 9 May 2018

U.S. Courts May Order Owners of Standard Essential Patents Not to Enforce Foreign Injunctions Obtained to Prevent Implementers from Infringing those Patents

The Ninth Circuit has established a legal framework for courts to use when determining whether to enjoin litigants from enforcing injunctions ordered…
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