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Title: International Regulatory Development and Comparative Analysis of the Enforcement of Standard Essential Patents-Legal Status of FRAND Commitment, Injunction, Reasonable Royalty, and Application of Competition Law
Authors: 王立達
Contributors: 法學院
Keywords: Contract with Third Party Beneficiaries;Priliminary Contract;Culpa in Contrahendo;Total Aggregate Royalty Approach;Monopolization (Abuse of Dominant Position);Horizontal Agreement;Smallest Saleable Patent Practicing Unit (SSPPU)
Date: 2018-04
Issue Date: 2018-12-18 16:41:09 (UTC+8)
Abstract: Major countries have triggered a heated debate on the way to restrain standard essentialpatent (SEP) holders such as Qualcomm from imposing unreasonable licensing terms or refusal to license.Oftentimes standard-setting organizations request SEP holders to commit to license out with fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory (FRAND) termsto licenseeswilling to accept the same. Those commitments have become the kernel of relevant regulations on SEP enforcement. This paper covers three major fields on this issue, that is, contract law, patent law, and competition law, analyzing and comparing important casesso far and scholarly discussions on specific difficulties among major countries, and proffering author’s findings in certain aspects, in the hope of providing a comprehensive overview ofthe contemporary development in the world.
Relation: 月旦法學, No.第275期, pp.頁87-110
Data Type: article
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