Header graphic for print
LimeGreenIP News

Tag Archives: Standard Essential Patents

Hogan Lovells’ Standard Essential Patent Update – December 2018 (English and 日本語)

Hogan Lovells’ Standard Essential Patent (SEP) Update reports on recent news and case decisions from jurisdictions including China, Germany, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The December 2018 SEP Update can be accessed in the following languages: English language available here 日本語 (Japanese language) available here The December 2018 spotlight article covers recent developments

Hogan Lovells Standard Essential Patent Update (English, 日本語 & 한국어)

In this edition of Hogan Lovells’ Standard Essential Patent (SEP) Update, we report on recent news and case decisions from China, Germany, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States. This bi-monthly newsletter summarizes the more notable SEP developments from key litigation arenas for owners and prospective licensees. 日本語 – Japanese language translation available here 한국어 – Korean

Huawei v. Samsung — A new benchmark for standard essential patent litigation in China?

China has become a new battlefield in the global patent war amongst tech giants in the telecom industry. On 4 January 2018, the Shenzhen Intermediate People’s Court (“Court“) rendered a landmark judgment in the Huawei v. Samsung standard essential patent (“SEPs“) case that is expected to reshape dynamics between the SEP licensors and licensees. On

DSM Watch: Commission’s new action plan for standards in 5G, IoT, Cybersecurity, Cloud and Big Data

On 19 April 2016 the European Commission published its Communication ‘ICT Standardisation Priorities for the Digital Single Market‘. The Communication was part of the wider ‘Digitising European Industry’ announcement on 19 April – read our blog here for full details of what was announced. The ICT Priorities Communication thrusts into the limelight an obscure but

France – Uneven Standards: SEP infringement requires claimed process identical to the standard

The First Instance Court of Paris has held* that when asserting alleged Standard Essential Patents (“SEPs”), a patent holder first has to show that the process claimed in the asserted patent is identical to the process disclosed in the underlying standard. Vringo Infrastructure Inc. (“Vringo”) purchased roughly 500 patents declared by their initial owner as

France – SEP cases begin by evidencing essentiality

First Instance Court of Paris, 17 April 2015, Core Wireless Licensing SARL v. LG Electronics Inc. and LG Electronics France The First Instance Court of Paris holds that when asserting alleged Standard Essential Patents (SEPs), a patent holder cannot just state and presume the essentiality of said patents. Core Wireless Licensing SARL (“Core”) purchased roughly