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This online seminar aims to present and discuss four recent works dealing with several debated issues on standardisation and standard essential patents. The first session will focus on Standard Setting Organisations and will include Justus Baron (Northwestern University), and Pierre Larouche (University of Montreal) authors of the paper “The technical standardisation ecosystem and anatomy of institutional decision-making: the case of SDO IPR policies” and Jorge Contreras (University of Utah), with the paper “Balance requirements for standard setting organisations”. The second session will focus on SEPs and will feature Marco Botta (EUI), with the paper “Non-Discrimination in Standard Essential Patents; Nd Prong V. Art. 102(C) TFEU” and Igor Nikolic (University College London), with the paper “FRAND licensing levels under EU law”.

 

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Session 1 – Standardisation process between the technical and the institutional

Chair: Pier Luigi Parcu (EUI)

  • “The technical standardisation ecosystem and anatomy of institutional decision-making: the case of SDO IPR policies”, Justus Baron (Northwestern University) and Pierre Larouche (University of Montreal)
  • “Balance requirements for standard-setting organisations”, Jorge Contreras (University of Utah)

Discussant: Igor Nikolic (EUI)

 

Session 2 – Non-discrimination under FRAND

Chair: Pier Luigi Parcu (EUI)

  • “Non-Discrimination in Standard Essential Patents; Nd Prong V. Art. 102(C) TFEU”, Marco Botta (EUI)
  • “FRAND licensing levels under EU law”, Igor Nikolic (EUI)

Discussant: Jorge Contreras (University of Utah) and Pierre Larouche (University of Montreal)

 


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