Tuesday, January 12, 2021

Podcast on developments relating to component-level SEP licensing, particularly the referral of a set of questions to the CJEU by a German court

About a year after my Brussels conference on the component-level licensing of standard-essential patents (SEPs), I invited the members of the first panel discussion of that conference to produce a podcast

  • for a general update on key developments surrounding the component-level licensing of SEPs since our November 2019 panel, and

  • to discuss in depth the implications of the Dusseldorf Regional Court's decision to refer to the Court of Justice of the EU a set of key legal questions (relating to component-level licensing as well as the application of the Huawei v. ZTE framework).

I'm so grateful to all four of them (in alphabetical order of last name: Professor Christian Donle of Preu Bohlig, Jay Jurata of Orrick Herrington Sutcliffe, Paul Lugard of Baker Botts, and Pat Treacy of Bristows) accepted. They rocked again! Never change a winning team. So rather than talk much more about this podcast, here's the recording (total duration: approx. 69 minutes):

Hope you find it informative.

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