When It Comes To SEPs, Act Locally But Enforce Globally

Law360 (November 25, 2020, 1:33 PM EST) -- Business disputes involving multijurisdictional patent litigation or licensing negotiations are far from a new development for companies doing business worldwide.

Most, if not all, multinational corporations have well-thought-out global intellectual property portfolio development and associated offensive and defensive intellectual property strategies.

Nonetheless, globalization is a term that is becoming more frequently associated with IP portfolio development, licensing negotiations and enforcement actions.

In the context of standard-essential patents and associated fair, reasonable and nondiscriminatory licensing obligations, a number of recent legal decisions in the U.S., the U.K., China and Germany may be signaling a possible trend toward individual national jurisdictions' having greater...

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