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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