18 February 2021PatentsMuireann Bolger

Apple slams Trump’s antitrust stance in FRAND cases

Apple has urged the US judiciary to apply antitrust law to patent litigation, in a strongly-worded bid to overturn a ruling that a patent pool did not engage in antitrust activities when it refused access to standard-essential patents (SEPs).

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