3 July 2020PatentsRory O'Neill

German Supreme Court releases ‘pro-patent owner’ Sisvel/Haier judgment

The German Federal Court of Justice’s judgment in Sisvel v Haier establishes a more pro-patent owner standard for FRAND licensing negotiations than seen in Germany before, argued lawyers for patent pool operator  Sisvel.

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