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Nokia-Daimler settlement leaves questions unanswered

EU, Germany09-06-2021Tom Furnival

Daimler’s tricky position made a deal likely but big issues over SEP licensing roll-on, says Tom Furnival of Mewburn Ellis.

Who speaks for the SMEs?

EU16-03-2021Rory O'Neill

SMEs are frequently invoked as the victim in narratives around patent trolls and predatory NPEs. But in major policy debates, there are bigger corporate interests at play. Rory O’Neill reports.

SEP owners in the driving seat

28-08-2020Rory O'Neill

It's been a big month for the future of SEP licensing, and it comes on the cusp of the 5G era. Rory O'Neill reports.

Career series: Elaine Drager, Nokia

06-05-2020Elaine Drager

Elaine Drager, head of IP and asset strategy at Nokia, is not afraid of being the proverbial zebra in a herd of giraffes. Here, she tells WIPR about her childhood ambition to pursue robotics, and her dislike of declarations of “success” in the gender diversity arena.

SEP licensing: know your rights

EU17-07-2019Brian Scarpelli

Making the case for SEP-FRAND guidelines drawn up by his organisation, Brian Scarpelli of ACT | The App Association argues that IoT pioneers need a clear set of rules to follow.

Company focus: Nokia Technologies

India, International02-05-2019

Nokia’s chief legal officer Maria Varsellona spearheads the efforts to create a company where women have the same opportunities as men and are well represented in all business domains and functions.

Wanted: experts on SEP licensing and FRAND

EU12-09-2018mobile devices, TelecomsAdrian Howes

When deciding who to pick for its expert group on standard-essential patents, the European Commission should focus on people with real-world experience in licensing and valuation, says Adrian Howes of Nokia.

A helping hand: Nokia, FRAND and the IoT


As disruptive technologies change the face of the telecoms field, established players should communicate clearly the existence and importance of technologies protected by standard-essential patents so that new entrants are better aware of the potential costs of using certain technical standards, says Nokia’s Adrian Howes in an interview with WIPR.

IP investment: a good bet

Finland, International01-10-2015Jan Lindberg and Kiira Lehtonen

In the post-Nokia era Finland’s innovation landscape is developing quickly, but funding is an issue, say Jan Lindberg and Kiira Lehtonen of Attorneys-at-Law Trust.

Nokia's litigation strategy: The right approach

Finland, International27-03-2015

Litigation is not Nokia’s preferred option for protecting patents—it has signed around 60 licensing agreements—although it will “inevitably” use the Unified Patent Court, as Richard Vary, director of litigation at Nokia, told WIPR.

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