9 June 2022PatentsSarah Speight

SEP remedy withdrawal ‘best for innovation’, say US agencies

US agencies responsible for patents and trademarks have withdrawn remedies for standard-essential patents (SEPs) that are subject to voluntary FRAND (fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory) commitments, on the grounds that this “best serves the interests of innovation and competition”.

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