L-R: Sonal Maden and Nanki Arneja
22 April 2024NewsStandard essential patentsSonal Madan and Nanki Arneja

Delhi’s landmark ruling on SEPs in Lava v Ericsson

The High Court found Lava to be an ‘unwilling licensee’ and ordered it to pay almost $30m in damages in this case that dealt with FRAND terms, unfair conduct and SEP principles, say Sonal Madan and Nanki Arneja of Chadha & Chadha.

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