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  • A Synthesized Approach for Antitrust Interference in the Exercise of SEPs?: Comparative Perspectives from China, U.S. and E.U.   Order a copy of this article
    by Zhongmei Wang 
    Abstract: Recent proceedings involving SEPs in many regions and countries raised a same question: when would it be appropriate for antitrust interference in the exercise of patent propriety? According to current practices worldwide, there are two lines to distinguish between the normal excise of IP rights and the abuse of dominance: one is a procedural line which requires negotiation with good faith; the other is a substantive line which requires all the licensing conditions shall be fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory. Any exercise of SEPs including seeking an injunction or charging a loyalty rate is supposed not to surpass the two lines. Otherwise it would provide bases for antitrust interference. However, although the framework is similar, the concrete approaches adopted by different jurisdictions are varied to some extent. Thats why here a synthesized approach is proposed and recommended.
    Keywords: Standard Essential Patents; Antitrust; FRAND; Abuse; China.

Special Issue on: Information Law and Ethics

  • Awareness and knowledge of cyber ethics by library and information science doctoral students in two Nigerian universities
    by Airen Adetimirin 
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  • Behind a veil of obscurity anonymity, encryption, free speech and privacy
    by Christoph Bezemek 
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  • Understanding digital piracy through the lens of psychosocial, criminological and cultural factors
    by Sanjeev P. Sahni, Garima Jain, Indranath Gupta 
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  • The State vs. Oscar Pistorius: a critical analysis of media coverage and the court of public opinion
    by Abraham Gert Van Der Vyver 
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  • Sharing is caring vs. stealing is wrong: a moral argument for limiting copyright protection
    by Julian Hauser 
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  • Artificial reproductive technologies and the right to the truth about genetic and biographic origins
    by Ludovica Poli 
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