Analysis

3 Int'l Patent Rulings, And 1 Dutch Law, Attys Should Know

By Matthew Bultman (April 17, 2019, 8:43 PM EDT) -- Law360's latest overseas trip to survey the patent landscape includes stops in the U.K. and France, checking in on cases over alleged standard-essential patents, as well as the Netherlands, where a new legal exemption has been created for pharmacists. Here's what patent attorneys need to know. 

France: Conversant Wireless v. LG

Conversant Wireless' patent lawsuit against LG in France had the makings of a potential blockbuster.

Conversant, a well-known licensing company, had accused LG of infringing patents that are essential to certain wireless communications standards. LG responded that Conversant failed to offer a license on terms that were fair, reasonable and...

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