Saya Choudhary Kapur, Singh & Singh
12 April 2024NewsPatentsSarah Speight

Ericsson counsel: SEP verdict has ‘contributed towards shaping Indian jurisprudence’

Ericsson’s triumph at the Delhi High Court was not only an unusual case, it has set a precedent for more standard-essential patent litigation in India. Lead counsel for the smartphone manufacturer, Saya Choudhary Kapur of Singh & Singh, tells us more.

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