EC denies UK designers UCD protections
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Companies that own standard-essential patents (SEPs) must stick to their obligation of licensing them on fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory (FRAND) terms, the EU commissioner for competition has said.
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anti-competition; EU Commission; SEPs; FRAND; Fair Standards Alliance; CJEU; Margrethe Vestager